Coincidence? I don't think so!

In his autobiography 'Out of the Black Shadows', the Zimbabwean Stephen Lungu tells the story of how he came from being a gang member to being a Christian. The book contains the amazing account of how he met his wife.
One day when Stephen was praying he had what he describes as a sort of waking vision. In this vision he saw a young woman seated before him, dressed in a loose blue outfit and holding a Bible. The Bible happened to be upside down yet in the vision he could see what page it was opened at—Acts 26. This was hugely significant for Stephen as the Lord had used Acts 26 previously in his life. This vision came to him two more times over the following two years and he occasionally thought about it and wondered what it meant.
When he was visiting another part of the country a friend mischievously suggested that he must meet a girl called Rachel. A few days later he was speaking at a youth meeting. After he had preached he was talking to a man who was asking him questions about faith. Stephen’s eye was caught by the person seated just behind the man—a girl in a loose blue outfit, holding a Bible, which happened to be upside-down and open at Acts 26.

The next day he decided to visit the man he had been talking with. When he arrived the houseboy told him that he was out. Seeing Stephen’s disappointment the houseboy invited him in and told him to wait a moment. Then a young woman appeared. Stephen could not believe his eyes. It was the young woman from the vision again, the man’s sister, Rachel.