Pastor & Kids Miraculously Survive Tree Fall, Car Destroyed Beyond Repair 
A few hours ago, a twitter user, Charles Anekwe ( @CharlieAnekwe) gave an account of how a pastor and his kids survived a tree fall. Read his story below:

“I will never doubt people who go to church or count on God anymore.
I witnessed a miracle. We were drinking in front of my street when the
heavy gusts of wind came with rain.. A man (who we later found out was a
pastor) drove up with his kids and parked to buy treats for them. The
kids started complaining about being left in the car. .
with the rain coming, he was like – sure, you can come down from the
car. They did. And joined us while we waited out the rain. Less than
5mins later… Brethren… A tree fell on the car. We are still helping
my neighbors clear our street.. .
man’s kids would have been crushed instantly. Whatever told him to let
the kids out of the car is the God I now serve from today.”…… 

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Kemisola Adeyemi

Kemisola Adeyemi is the Assistant Editor of Kemi Filani News. She loves to write and write and write and hopes to own a publishing firm someday! Email: [email protected]


  1. He who dwelleth in the secret place of the most high shall abide under the shadow of the almighty and i shall say of the Lord He is my refuge and my fortress my God!, in Him i put my trust

  2. Why didn't god saved Myles Munroe?
    What about the countless other pastors that have died throughout Nigeria and the world, where was their miracle?

    There is something called "Luck" you know. If he and his kids got crush in the car you wouldn't remembered god. Every good thing that happens god takes the credit, shouldn't he also takes the credits for bad things since he have unlimited power to stop bad things from happening anyway?

    Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent.
    Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent.
    Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil?
    Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God? – Epicurus

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