John shared that he credited God with the miraculous path taken by the car as he was asleep. "I am not sure that to think about those who die in such wrecks. I will turn to the Pastors." (Pastor Jon and I were both there.)
Here is what I would say to John - and to all of you.
Such events in our lives strengthen our faith and our confidence in God. (Read that sentence again.)
It is when we start to extrapolate that we usually get into theological hot water or make statements when call into question the significance of the affirmation brought to us by the event. It is totally correct for John to speak of how he saw God's hand in the wreck; it would be questionable for John to muse why the car of others did not take a similar path.
Each of us are on a faith journey which is our own. We should speak (practice speaking to others) of the path this journey is taking. And, we should not shy away from those events in our lives which strengthen our faith and our confidence in God. Give thanks for them, and know them as significant milestones in our journey - without trying to arrive at universal statements about them.