Sunday, God sort of "stepped forward," and said, "See, I was making plans to help you today, decades ago," and it has me thinking about "God moments" in my life. Let me share Sunday's with you. I live in "Tornado Alley". My city is one of the top 10 places in the US most likely to be hit by a tornado. Sunday I was with my sister's family returning from a reunion in a city 9 hours away from here. We were on a highway, still several hours from home, but definately already in the alleyway. 1) Over 25 years ago I was required to take a science class that was supposed to teach tutonic plates and such things, but the professor was a world reknowned expert on tornadic winds, and helped develop the wind-cannon to test tornado behavior and help design structures strong enough to survive them. Instead of teaching tutonic plates, he taught weather to us for about four months. 2) Sunday - driving home from the reunion, we were headed north and noticed some odd clouds associated with a storm in front of us. As we were talking about the lightening, I got a sudden image of that man and a slide show presentation he did in class, describing the very cloud I was watching. 3) Telling my sister it reminded me of Dr. **'s class, instantly told her it dealt with tornados. What are the odds that your sibling will remember who taught your freshman college class? We NEVER listen to the radio in the car anymore. We either sing or listen to CD's, so the radio was tuned to our hometown, not any highway town, except, when she turned it on to try to pick up a radio report it was tuned into the local station, and just as a weather alert sounded telling people on Highway I20, near the city we had just left, to take cover because a tornado was 15 miles north of the city, moving south. We were not on I20, we are, though, at the intersection of our highway and I20, headed north, right into the tornado. 4) We turned around, and following what I had been taught all those years ago in that class, made our way at certain angles to avoid the storm, but all the buildings were closed. My sister turned down a winding road, and was about to make a right turn when my son said, "No, left." We looked back and asked why, and he said, "I don't know, but don't go right." I looked over my shoulder to talk to him, because "left" was "dirt road," and "right" was pavement, and saw lightening behind a cloud just as a wall cloud dropped, the next lightening strike illuminated a huge tornado. 5) We found shelter in a store, and listened as the radio reported a second torando. We were under a supercell with one torndao, in the air, located 3 miles southwest of us, headed northeast, and another now 10 miles northeast of us, headed southwest. For two hours they stayed in the air, and then they just vanished. 6) When we got home several hours later, I opened up the board, and saw a PM from a member of this board telling me that the Lord had placed me on their heart to pray for that morning. What are your God moments?