How can you plan for this?
A man watching his students playing outside on the last day of the school, suddenly feels tense and irritable. His fellow 7th-grade teacher, who happens to be an EMT, recognizes the signs of a possible heart attack. He’s rushed to the hospital where the doctors save the day—not to mention, his life.
A man begins to feel tired and out of breath. After several weeks he visits his cardiologists, who believes that he needs a cardiac catheterization. While on the surgical table for the procedure, one of his main arteries dissects. The doctors were able to repair it immediately—staving off what could have been a fatal problem
A man who has been feeling off for a while, visits his cardiologist and has several tests done. While returning home, he receives a call from his doctor, who tells him that the tests show he is having a heart attack. Just minutes away, the man immediately returns to be taken by ambulance to the hospital where doctors again save the day ( and his life).
So, did the doctors save the day all three times? But how was it that this man always had the needed medical personnel on hand exactly when he needed them? Three different times! Not much of a chance. How much of a chance? “No chance at all”, Jesus said, “if you think you can pull it off by yourself. Every chance in the world if you trust God to do it.” (Luke 18:27).
Poster the man had in his classroom while still teaching: “Coincidence is when God decides to work a miracle and decides to remain anonymous.”