I do not believe in coincidence or happenstance. Instead I believe there is a divine intervention, divine appointment,divine reason for the events I encounter. There is a purpose. Sometimes I see that purpose this side of heaven while others will have their purpose revealed when I see my Jesus face to face.


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  1. I believe in “coincidence” only if you will accept my definition.

    A coincidence is a small miracle where God chooses to remain anonymous. If you don’t want to see him, you don’t have to. But if you’re looking, there he is – always.

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