Last night ago, a friend sent me a YouTube link and it's subject said, "If you haven't found God yet...". What I saw was someone recording, what could have been the end of their life.

When you wanted this video, listen to the calm demeanor of the pilot and his reverence to God. He gave hope to the passengers in this extreme stressful moment. It was the kind of situation where a lesser man or woman could crack.

“I know we’re going to be just fine, but this is kind of scary and kind of exciting at the same time,” he says, recording the snowy Utah ground that awaited them.

So how did this video occur? Jonathan Fielding took his wife out for a birthday flight (her first flight ever). His mother-in-law and their seven month old boy went along for the flight.

Then it happened, the shocking news that the carburator had iced over. As you watch the video, you no longer hear the engine and all you hear is the whistling of the wind as a the plane glides along, as the look for a good place to land. The experienced pilot had l.

Amazingly, no one was hurt. Just a few minor cuts and bruises.

When we first heard the news from the pilot that we were going to have to land out there my initial reaction was shock and fear. There was an incredible feeling of calm and peace with swept over all of us as we all said our own silent prayers in our heart. It was in that moment as I tried to recall any sort of ill or uneasy feeling before the flight, any kind of ‘warning’ feelings that I get sometimes to warn me away from when something really bad was going to happen, you know that ‘inner feeling’. After I realized that I never once got a bad feeling of warning I knew in that moment that we were going to be ok. I knew that God was watching over us and protecting my family. We belong to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and we’ve been taught to listen to those feelings because they are sent from God.

While this group is breathing a sigh of relief, there is a bad part to this story; when the pilot heard the flight was for a birthday, he flew the family for free. Then it the pilot learned after the crash that his insurance had expired the night before. He’s now out $40,000.

After living through a plane crash on her first flight, would Mrs. Fielding fly again? She happily says "Yea".

So here it is, the video that could have been the last moments of their lives.