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After war veteran Matthew DeRemer died on New Year's Eve, his last Facebook post on the morning of December 31 went viral for its prophetic quality.
Is this another case of a person sensing his time on earth is nearing its end? You tell us.
"Matthew DeRemer, 31, was riding his motorcycle in Largo, Florida when he was struck by a drunk driver," Fox 13 News said. "DeRemer was pronounced dead at the scene."
The drunk driver, later identified as 59-year-old Steven Clarke from Seminole, Florida, was arrested on the spot and now faces DUI manslaughter charges, as well as failure to yield right-of-way, NBC News reported. However, he was released on bail the following day.
What did DeRemer post on his Facebook account that got netizens getting the goosebumps?
"Last day of 2015!!!! For me I'll be meditating through all I do, on this entire year," the update began. "I've lost, I've gained, family is closer and tougher than ever before, loved ones lost, and new friends found. There has been many times where I've been found on my knees in prayer for hours (relentless) and other times leading a group of people in prayer, my faith (that I love to share) is an everyday awakening(to me) that people, lives, and circumstances can change for the better OVER TIME."
"I look back at 2015's huge challenges that I've overcome, shared with others, and have once again found myself... To say thank you and BRING ON 2016, much works to be done!" it went on.
"And I really don't know where I'll end up tonight but I do know where I windup is where I'm meant to be," the last line said.
The post was accompanied by a picture message that said, "We are born in 1 day. We die in 1 day. We can change in 1 day. And we can fall in love in 1 day. Anything can happen in just 1 day."
Did these words give you the chills? You're not alone.
Some users had commented on his post, saying they were inspired by the message.
"I have never believed in fate, or a higher power. The fact that he posted this powerful post 11 hours before the accident has got me rethinking a lot," commented an Andy Lamar, as noted by ABC.net.au.
The former Marine corporal, said to be a decorated soldier, had just got hired as a surgical technician and was looking forward to his new career after shifting from being a physical trainer.
His sister, Lynsey DeRemer, revealed to NBC News that although they'd been raised in a Christian household, her brother grew closer to God in 2015 and was in fact an officer in his Christian motorcycle group.
"After his death, his friends gathered at the accident scene - an intersection in Largo, Florida - to share memories of him," the news outlet relayed. "Some erected a cross, as a symbol of DeRemer's faith."