After he and his co-host Pat Gray reasonably explained why Satanists are not entitled to equal treatment under the law because … well, they’re just not, Glenn Beck recounted on his radio show today a miraculous experience in which God saved his “Man in the Moon” show from bad weather.
Back in 2013, Beck hosted a three-day event in Salt Lake City that featured, as its main attraction, a large stage production of a program called “The Man In The Moon,” in which Beck told the story of humanity from the perspective of the moon.
The show would “change the way we celebrate the Fourth of July,” Beck promised, and it turned out to be so important that God even stopped it from raining that weekend so that it could be performed, as Beck explained today.
“I am not afraid of standing and saying that was a miracle,” Beck said. “And we have seen them, starting at ‘The Man In The Moon.’ There’s one that 20,000 people saw. It hadn’t rained in a hundred years on that weekend. It rains on that weekend and I mean rained, it pours, it pours rain. What happens? We get together, all of us and we pray. 20,000 people, we pray. There’s a double rainbow over the stage. It clears up. It was absolutely miraculous”: