Taken from Joyce Meyer, daily calendar:
A pastor friend of mine was driving through an intersection one day and his little three- or four-year-old son was in the car with him. He did not realize that the car door on the passenger side was not secured tightly, and he made a sharp turn. This happened before seat belt laws were passed, and the child was not wearing one. The car door flew open, and the little boy rolled out of the vehicle right into the middle of four-way traffic! The last thing my friend saw was a set of fast-moving car wheels just about to run over his son. All he knew to do was cry, "Jesus!" As soon as he stopped his car, he jumped out and ran to his son, who was perfectly all right. But the man driving the car that had almost hit the child was hysterical. My friend tried to comfort him. "Don't be upset!" he said. "My son is all right. Just thank God you were able to stop!" "You don't understand!" the man responded, "I never touched my brakes!"
This was a crisis situation. There was no time for anyone to do anything, no time to think, plan or reason. Althrough there was nothing man could do, the Name of Jesus prevailed. Miracle-working power came on the scene, and the boy's life was spared. (See Proverbs 18:10)