Saturday, November 14, 2009

God's man

The Reverend Johannes Osiander (1657-1724) of Tubingen, Germany, was
knocked down by a wild boar, had his horse fall on him during a flood, was
shot at by bandits, was buried under an avalanche, was blown into the Rhine
River by a blizzard, was crushed by a fallen tree, was shipwrecked, and even
run over by a ship. He escaped unharmed every time.

Got this in an email from a friend

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