Dozens of bibles SURVIVE inferno at a church in West Virginia

It’s a miracle! Dozens of bibles and a cross SURVIVE a powerful inferno which ripped through a church in West Virginia and destroyed everything else in its path

  • Coal City Fire Department rushed to the blaze at Freedom Ministries Church
  • They arrived at the inferno in Grandview, West Virginia, around 1am Sunday
  • The contents of the church were burnt to cinders save for bibles and a cross
  • Faithful Christians have reacted in awe on Facebook and praised it as a miracle 

A row of bibles and a cross were left miraculously intact after a devastating inferno ripped through a church in West Virginia.

Coal City Fire Department rushed to the Freedom Ministries Church in Grandview at around 1am on Sunday.

The blaze was so ferocious that the firefighters were forced back on one occasion.

Coal City Fire Department firefighters shared the miraculous bibles on Facebook after the fire started at around 1am on Sunday

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More than a dozen bibles survived the inferno despite firefighters having to retreat from the powerful blaze at one point

The contents of the church appeared burnt to cinders, save for around a dozen pristine bibles which were discovered underneath the rubble.

A crucifix on the wall remained intact

Furthermore, a crucifix on the wall was left totally unscathed. 

The fire department wrote on Facebook: ‘Though odds were against us, God was not.

‘Picture this, a building so hot that at one point in time, firefighters had to back out. In your mind, everything should be burned, ashes.

‘Not a single bible was burned and not a single cross was harmed!! Not a single firefighter was hurt!

‘Prayers for the pastor and the congregation today.’

Christians have responded in awe on Facebook at the power of God and thanked him for what they believe was a miracle. 

The Freedom Ministries Church in Grandview, West Virginia where teams are still investigating the cause of the fire

Barbara Mitchell wrote: ‘He said heaven and earth shall pass away but his word will always stand there it.’

Jennifer White replied to the fire department: ‘We had a fire in a loft above our garage growing up. We had a picture of Jesus on a wall where the fire started. Everything was on fire. But the picture of Jesus never caught on fire. God is so good.’

The cause of the fire is not yet known and still under investigation, CBS reported. 

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