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This Drawing of God’s Hand Protecting Florida from Hurricane Matthew Makes No Sense At All

Florida woman Alyse Nicole Merritt thinks there's a supernatural reason Hurricane Matthew didn't devastate her state as expected, and her drawing of God's Hand protecting everyone has now been shared more than 5,000 times on Facebook. But it also raises a lot of questions...
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