In 1982, at 30, Vickie Franks hit a low point in her life and attempted suicide. Instead of hearing a shot when she pulled the trigger, she is convinced she heard a voice telling her, “Don’t do it, Jesus loves you.”
In 2005, when Hurricane Rita hit, she and her family were forced to evacuate their home in Beaumont, Texas. They escaped first to Big Sandy, Texas, and then to Las Vegas. With all their possessions except a few days of clothing gone, they had to start over. Franks shares the stories of her trials and religious triumphs in the book “Supernaturally Blessed.” In 2014, she launched Supernaturalized Ministries of God in an effort to help women like her who struggle to escape abusive relationships. For more information, visit supernaturalizedministriesofgod.com.
I tasted of his goodness that day. He did not allow the bullet to come out of the gun though I was sure I had pulled the trigger. I was truly free. I called my stalker and told him that I was no longer afraid of him. I told him that I had accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior and that if he wanted to get to me, he would have to go through Jesus first.