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One of the reasons why I enjoy reading classic literature is because many of the stories contain amazing coincidences.  You know what I mean--where the author has carefully woven multiple characters and plot lines together.  So, it's makes sense that in real life, I love stories that are "too good to be true."  But, in the life of the believer, should we be surprised by an amazing coincidene, or something that happens by accident, or that amazing, hard-to-believe story?  After all, our God is all-knowing, always present, eternal, and the creator and sustainer of all things.  Nothing is impossible for Him.  So why should we be surprised at a story like the one told today by Bill Mial?  It just proves God's love, faithfulness, and sovereignty. 

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(Photo of Andy Napier and Bill Mial)