Wednesday, December 13

John 3:16-17

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son,
that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world;
but that the world through him might be saved.

Titus Adams, just 7 years old, ran a quarter of a mile in his socks in freezing temperatures to a nearby farm after surviving a car accident to summon help for his mother, who was hurt.  

His mom, Tammy Hill, 28, had been thrown from their pickup on a remote roadside north of Greeley, Colorado. She was lying unconscious, near death in a dormant alfalfa field in 23-degree weather.

Titus had not seen his mom, who was thrown about 10 feet from the truck. After she was thrown from the vehicle, he made sure his sisters were OK, and then ran along the road for about half a mile, with no coat, in 23-degree weather.

When he finally happened upon a dairy farm, the dairy worker heard the boy's panicked words, "My mom, my mom.”

State Patrol officers quickly arrived. Titus' mother was taken to North Colorado Medical Center with a broken back, broken neck and 10 broken ribs.

Paramedics said she may not have lived had Titus waited for a passer-by.

Titus was one child, saving one person, and it is an extraordinary story! Jesus’ salvation, however, is on a much larger scale! One boy saved ALL of humanity. 

Now that is extraordinary! 

Pray: How grand, how miraculous is your gift of life. Thank you, Lord. Amen