Monday, March 9, 2015
Updated: Disembodied Voice Saves Baby
Updated February 23, 2016
On March 6, 2015 Jenny Groesbeck was killed when her car left the road and landed upside-down in the Spanish Fork River. The next morning a fisherman noticed the out-of-place vehicle and called the police. Four officers responded to the call. Here is what the Deseret News reported happening:
To read the full Deseret News story, click here.
Curiously, but perhaps not unsurprisingly, the story was pick up by Time Magazine. This version mentions the part about a baby surviving after hanging upside down all night, but it totally ignores the trooper statements about hearing a voice that guided them to the rescue. It is disappointing that the mainstream secular humanist media refuses to recognize the hand of Providence at any time.
Events such as this likely happen more often than we hear about, because mainstream media is hesitant to share anything that would support the existence of God. So much for reporting the news, Time Magazine. Miracles happen. Deal with it.
One of the offers involved in the rescue, Tyler Beddoes, was greatly impacted by the experience (who won't be!). He teamed up with Ptolemy Tompkins who helped the once dead neurosurgeon Eben Alexander write the national best seller Proof of Heaven. The book about Beddoes's experience is called Proof of Angels and it is being published by Simon and Schuster.
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