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Posts from ‘February, 2015’

Saw God in Judge

Judge is credited with entering the field over 280 times, assisting in the arrests of 152 people, the removal of three handguns from the streets, and he helped bring in over $47,000 in cash during his tenure. When the 9-year old pup was diagnosed with Cushing’s Disease, his medical bills quickly built to over $10,000. […]

Saw God in a Kidpreneur

Pat–Scottsdale, AZ Please email your God sightings to dan@seegodtoday.com.

Saw God at a Wedding

Carolyn-FL Please email your God sightings to dan@seegodtoday.com

Saw God in a Bridge

I may have lost a few fingers getting this, but I couldn’t pass it up on my way into work this morning. ‪#‎porthuron‬ ‪#‎bluewaterbridge‬ ‪#‎itscold‬ ‪#‎stclairriver‬ Beth-MI Please email your God sightings to dan@seegodtoday.com

Saw God in Mary

Look how the snow fell. It looks like Mary is carrying a person. What makes the image even more meaningful is that this statue is outside of a cancer hospital–Mercy Hospital, Council Bluffs. Sarah-MI Please email your God sightings to dan@seegodtoday.com

Saw God in the Winter Sands of Lake Michigan

St. Joseph, MI photographer Joshua Nowicki captured unusual formations on the sands of the Lake Michigan on Feb. 14, 2015. Heavy winds had carved their way through the frozen beach sand, leaving a miniature version of Utah’s famous sandstone formations, known as hoodoos. (Photo: Joshua Nowicki) Dan Please email your God sightings to dan@seegodtoday.com.

Saw God at Dairy Queen

The kids are off all week for winter break. Many of our friends and family members have made the trip down South or out West for warmer weather. We are stuck here in Michigan for the duration and boy was it cold today. My thermometer actually said -17 degrees this morning. That was just the […]

Saw God in a Channel

Dan Please email your God sightings to dan@seegodtoday.com.

Saws God in a Dog’s Search

Dan Please email your God sightings to dan@seegodtoday.com.

Saw God in a Dog

A True Story by Catherine Moore “Watch out! You nearly broad sided that car!” My father yelled at me. “Can’t you do anything right?” Those words hurt worse than blows. I turned my head toward the elderly man in the seat beside me, daring me to challenge him. A lump rose in my throat as […]