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Hey! God, Was That You?: Coincidences from over Five Thousand Hours of Flight and Forty-Four Years Ron Gluck

Hey! God, Was That You?: Coincidences from over Five Thousand Hours of Flight and Forty-Four Years

Ron Gluck

Published January 14th 2014
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221 pages
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Ron Gluck, bush pilot and international relations liaison, glances back in time, anecdotally revisiting flying, language gems, and conversation slices occurring from 1963 to 2007 in Papua New Guinea, Cameroon, Washington, D.C., and New York City.MoreRon Gluck, bush pilot and international relations liaison, glances back in time, anecdotally revisiting flying, language gems, and conversation slices occurring from 1963 to 2007 in Papua New Guinea, Cameroon, Washington, D.C., and New York City.He flew five thousand accident-free hours mostly in single engine planes over uncharted mountainous terrain of Papua New Guinea and later in charted Cameroon. The safety he attributes to prayers, Gods grace and to superb maintenance by fellow JAARS specialists.The incidents revisited were central to events that took place but were never scrutinized. Dismissed as coincidence, they were accepted as how things worked out. In his review, Gluck suggests a continuing role of the Creator in the world today in ways seldom discussed, but alluded to with these questions.Is not the living God, maker of heaven and earth, still involved in weather, ideas, timing, and answering prayers?Doesnt He who gives life also sustain heartbeats and breathing in every living being, including those reading this profile?“What a precious manuscript! ...just now finished reading it and did not want it to end.”—Linda Hancock, librarian“Reading your book at same time as John 7:18. You’ve glorified Him.”—Kenneth Gray, PhD, Economic Research Service, USDA, retired“Your Lamnso story showed how Bible translators have given one isolated culture after another a giant step forward, reducing their speech to texts that can then be read by others. No wonder the Lamnso were thrilled, and deeply grateful!”—Robert Park, professor emeritus of law, the George Washington University