Isn't it wonderful when something happens in your life that defies human explanation? What happened to my nephew could be called God's perfect timing, an incredible co-incidence or a miracle. You judge.
My nephew is a single parent in his mid-thirties. He went for a scan because he has had digestion problems. The scan didn't show the cause, but did go high enough to pick up an incredibly enlarged aorta. Diameter 8 cm when it should have been 2.5 cm. The alert doctors wouldn't let him home but sent him up in an ambulance to St George's where he became a peep show for students and other medical staff, because they had never seen anyone still alive with such a severe heart problem. Within a few days he underwent major heart surgery. It took 14 hours to make a repair, but the surgeons succeeded. Basically, that scan and the operation saved his life.
Before the op the surgeon came round and said he was there to allay his fears. My nephew said 'I'm not frightened, I'm into this God thing. I am in His hands.' The surgeon told him he was into God as well. One other little attached miracle. Prior to this he wanted some weights to save him the cost of the gym. There was a little delay with this purchase, otherwise those weights would have been with him the morning of the scan. Lifting those weights would have been the final straw for a heart about to rupture.
Now he is well on his way back to health. He is looking forward to playing with his son and no longer feeling so tired. His sense of humour has resurfaced as his pain has begun to reduce and he is looking forward to taking up sporting activities again.
I'm going to leave it there because anything else I say would look like insignificant rubbish against this powerful manifestation of God's love and grace.
Miracle? Incredible co-incidence? Or God's perfect timing? You judge.