Blog 263

October 16, 2022


Rev. Robert L. Wise, PhD explores the world of divine interventions from an objective point of view. An Archbishop in the Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches with a Ph.D., Rev. Wise relates his interviews with persons who experienced the touch of God.


These accounts hopefully encourage you to know the hand of God is there when your need occurs. No one can predict what will follow, but my interviews with hundreds of people indicate He is always there. Here’s an example.  

Snow was falling everywhere in northern Michigan when Scott Peterson’s car went out of control and slammed him into a stranded motorist. In -9-degree weather, timing was critical, and Scott knew he was losing blood fast. His last word before losing consciousness was a cry, “Jesus!”

An ambulance rushed Scott to the hospital when doctors discovered his femoral artery was severed. The lower half of his body was in critical danger. During the seven-hour surgery that followed, Scott received thirty-two units of blood.

But that was just the start.

Forty-eight hours later, Scott was life-flighted to the University of Michigan in an effort to save his life and legs. With such a huge amount of lost blood, Scott wasn’t expected to live. His wife Diane was told amputation was probable and that he wouldn’t survive.

In addition to praying for his life, Diane refused to limit what her faith could provide, she reached out for God’s unconditional love. Diane knew she didn’t have the strength or patience to survive the ordeal, but she believed God would provide what was needed. She hung on in constant prayer.

Scott went into a coma that lasted for nine days and during that time flatlined. Everyone believed his life was over. But he wasn’t there.

During this time, Scott Peterson stood in the presence of the Lord. Almost unable to believe his eyes, Scott was with Jesus Christ. Later he remembered, “When I saw Jesus, I realized how much He loves us. I was very happy to see Him, but He was even happier to see me. I knew I was totally accepted.”

 Scott returned.

His wife was overjoyed, and he doctor was amazed at his rate of recovery. Today Scott is healthy and walks on his own two legs. He and Diane live by faith. They know love prevails.

Just remember. Miracles never cease.

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Remember to expect the unexpected! And let the miracles begin!

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