Your God Experiences

From: "M. L. Newman"
Subject: finding the source

Yes well I can tell you one thing----you know it when you got it.

Such an experience is very difficult to describe in words. The most important thing I have noted is what happens afterward. Some think that life will just be a heaven on earth. Well that would be nice but will you grow? No I have found the growth in many uncomfortable circumstances. The mountain tops are wonderful---but all the growth happens down in the valley. I do know a few things nigh these many years later. The King's Kids will never beg bread on the corner. Does not mean you won't get spanked.

  • I know that if one will be saved the whole house will be set aside and sanctified for Him.
  • I know that he can take me to a rock that is higher than I. I know the value of a prayer closet and really powerful prayer tools--a prayer language--that changes things.
  • I know that I am never alone no matter what the circumstances appear to be.
  • I know that He can never forget those he has carved on the palm of His Hand.
  • I know that if you want to follow him you are in for a big surprise. It's a challenge and you never know what's going to happen next. But that is the joy of the walk.
  • I know that He takes me where He needs me.
  • I know that He is in control and don't be surprised when you look back at your walk and you see claw marks in the wall and drag marks in the sand.
  • I know weeping may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning.
  • I know how to suffer with the King's Kids rather than feast with the in-crowd. Still learning and growing and looking forward to the rest of the walk and finding joy in the fact that to be absent from the body is to be present with Christ.

Well I have read a lot about your first experiences. They are memorable---just keep on keeping on down this pilgrim's path. It's worth the long walk. No one said it would be easy. His job was not---you are following Him---right.


Near Death Experience

Spiritual Journey

Subject: God saved my life

God saved my life when I dropped a nife, he helped me jump away in time before I cut my foot badly.


From: (r)
Subject: more about God

Below is the result of your feedback form. It was submitted by r (

body: Once I was in an argument with an alleged atheist, re: the existence (or not) of God. I asked at one point, "Do you believe in love?" He answered, "Of course I do." And I asked, "How do you know that LOVE exists?" "Well," he said, "I've FELT love." "And I," I replied, "have felt God." That was the end of the discussion. He threw his hands up in intellectual (spiritual?) dismay.



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