A boy who fell in a terrifying near-death experience is being called a miracle. A four-year-old boy who fell 70-feet off a cliff survived, and the explanation is God.
It's not luck, it's not by the sheer will to live, it's by the mighty hand of God this sweet boy is still with his parents.
A family thought going for a hike would be a great way to spend precious time as a family–to connect with one another. It was also a great way to get some fresh air.
So, this precious little family chose a great place to hike near the Princess Arch Trail in Pine Ridge, Kentucky. While they were walking along the trail, the little boy suddenly slipped and began tumbling down the cliff.
Boy Who Fell Off Cliff Miraculously Survives
His terrified parents watched helplessly as their baby boy fell more than 70 feet. As he fell, he hit multiple ledges on the way down. The boy's father began climbing down the hill as quickly as possible, desperately trying to get to his son.
I imagine he was hoping and praying his son was alive and uninjured. I also imagine he was pleading with God to let his son be safe and unharmed, all the while fighting fear that his son was likely dead.
Much to his father's surprise, his son was pretty much unharmed. He was alert and talking. He only had a few bruises! The world may be calling him lucky, but we know this boy who fell off a cliff is a mighty miracle.
God not only protected this sweet boy, but He also proved how He will fight for us and save us. Medical professionals who were called to the scene were amazed. One of them said, "the fact that the boy was not seriously injured was nothing short of a miracle.”
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"For the LORD your God is He who goes with you, to fight for you against your enemies, to save you." Deuteronomy 20:4
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