I feel that testimonies are extremely important and very encouraging. People can feel quite discouraged now a days with all that is happening and a testimony of what the Lord Jesus has specifically done for someone can uplift them and because He is no respecter of persons, he can do the same for them.I worked at Cracker Barrel in Binghamton from April to October of 2011. Quite often I would work the late shift leaving work anywhere from 11 PM to Midnight. Jesus is so faithful. This one night after midnight I began to drive back home to Norwich, New York. I was alone and had just finished calling my husband to let him know that I was on my way. As I went up, over and down Kattelville Hill, headed for Chenango Forks, I was on a straightaway and in the distance I could see headlights coming toward me. The headlights were veering all over the road, first on the opposite side of the road and then on my side. Every time the headlights switched sides of the road, so did I - so when he was on my side, I was on his side. We were headed toward each other and there were no driveways that I could turn into, no shoulder of the road where I could go off into a ditch and he was coming too fast to stop and turn around. Besides, there was another vehicle behind me in my lane and one behind him in the lane he was suppose to be in. I began to scream out "Jesus please help me, God please help me, please Jesus, please". I was crying and driving from my side to his side trying to avoid him. Suddenly a thought came into my mind (I know it was the Lord) and he spoke to me (in my mind) and said something that didn't make any sense at the time. Now when he spoke I was on the wrong side of the road and the other driver was on my side of the road and almost to where I was. The Lord said to me "Go to where you think the accident is going to happen". Without hesitation (and again it didn't make any sense to me at the time) I veered back into my lane exactly where the other drive was about 10 feet from me and at that very moment he suddenly pulled into his own lane where I had just come from. He missed me, literally by inches. I was screaming and crying and calling out Jesus, Jesus, Jesus. I can honestly say that it was the most terrifying experience of my life. I give all glory to the Lord for speaking those words to my mind and that without hesitation I obeyed them. I don't even know how I did that. About a mile down the road there was a small gas station across from a bar. The gas station was closed but I was hyperventilating and couldn't even catch my breath. I was still crying and yelling and thanking Jesus. My heart was pounding so hard that it felt like I was having a heart attack. I sat in that gas station for at least 10 minutes trying to compose myself before continuing home. When I could finally breathe, I called my husband still crying and sounding hysterical. He couldn't understand anything that I was saying so he just prayed with me. I shook the entire ride home and when I arrived, collapsed into my husbands arms in tears sobbing and still thanking Jesus. Thank you Lord that you are such an awesome and wonderful God and as it states in Psalm 91 - no harm shall befall me. My faith has exploded and I'm in overdrive. Thank you Jesus.