TREELINE, CA—What was a tragic moment for Inferno Christian Church is now being heralded as undeniable proof of God's miraculous power.
The church was engulfed in flames in a tragic accident Tuesday evening, but as firefighters and church staffers picked through the rubble, they saw something that could only be explained by divine intervention: every single VeggieTales VHS tape the church had wasn't touched by a lick of flame.
While pews, walls, floors, and ceilings all came crashing down in a heap of ashes and rubble, every VeggieTales video cassette, from Where's God When I'm S-Scared? to the church's prized Larry Boy collection, was totally unharmed. The hundreds of tapes, used to keep restless toddlers occupied for decades, were discovered sitting neatly in a pile right in the middle of the wreckage, even though the temperatures reached nearly 1,000 degrees throughout the blazing inferno at Inferno.
"We're still trying to pick up the pieces here, but it's so great to see that God is watching out for us," said the church's pastor. "It's just His little way of reminding us that we have a lot to be thankful for."
"We're glad for what we have---that's an easy way to start. That's why we say thanks every day," he added.
Unfortunately, the church's Psalty The Singing Song Book and Adventures in Odyssey tapes were totally destroyed.
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