Singer Hillary Scott of the country music group Lady Antebellum claims an almost inexplicable event transpired after her tour bus was destroyed by a fire Thursday morning.
“I kid you not, EVERYTHING in the back lounge was destroyed from the flames, except my Bible,” Scott wrote on the group’s Facebook page.
The country singer, her husband, manager and bus driver were all on board and heading to the Country Music Awards in Texas when they noticed smoke coming from the bus and evacuated immediately.
Scott shared the experience on Facebook as she and her crew sat on the side of Interstate 30. Thankfully, all passengers were safe as they watched the bus quickly become engulfed in flames.
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“Thanking God for our safety and the safety of all those who helped put this fire out and keep us safe. Love you all!!!!” Scott wrote.
Perhaps the most miraculous part of the story is what firefighters found in the aftermath.
“I just got this picture from the scene of the fire and HAD to share this,” Scott wrote after the discovery.
“Ya’ll God’s word will always stand,” she wrote and added, “My faith is forever deepened because of today.”
Scott’s Facebook post was answered with nearly 650,000 likes and countless accounts of similar experiences where a Bible was mysteriously the only item to survive a fire.
Lady Antebellum is scheduled to perform at the CMA’s on Sunday. You can bet Scott’s Bible will be close by.
Here is video of the blaze as it happened:
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