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On his FB page, Deus Sandarm who miraculously survived a road traffic accident in Ntcheu wrote:

We give thanks to God for sparing our lives on Friday evening at Chitseko (Between Chingeni and Manjawira) in Balaka.

We saw God saving our lives from what would have been a cruel death for the 5 of us who were in the car.

An on coming truck missed its lane and was coming to our lane. In trying to avoid a head-on collision, we ended up losing control and started rolling.

We all cried our to God for His mercy. He did just like that. He used a small tree to prevent the vehicle from further rolling. Still trapped in the vehicle, we could hear villagers calling for axes and Panga Knives to force the doors of the vehicle open for them to rescue us.

We could also hear some motorist just passing by, others shouting “Pafa angati?” In all these, I saw God trying to communicate something. Whatever happened did not scare me at all, it just strengthened my faith in God.

I now know I am a threat in the Kingdom of darkness and that the devil is trying all he can to stop what God has started doing in my life! Nay! My God is unstoppable! I sincerely thank all the people that assisted us after the accident.

We saw God using different people to assist. Reverend George Jobe (formely of Creccom) was a God’s sent angel last Friday evening. Never knew he is now a minister of the word of God. Got calls from all over Malawi, from people I never thought they care! God should bless you all! My in-law Migress Nafe Zande, God bless her so much for her support! We are alive today to be His witness. Our God is able!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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