Fascinating to read all these stories. I identify with many of them. I find it really interesting that I wake up at 3am on the spot... not 2:59, not 3:01. I am a Christian (follower of Christ), and my very first thought.. well, after being a bit freaked out, is who I should pray for. I pray and then I go quickly back to sleep.
I read on some other sites that 12-3AM is considered the 'witching hour', so if there is some merit to this, it is at the end of the 'witching hour' in which I am called to pray.
Anyway, I really identify with one person who wrote that they don't even look at the clock, because he will know what time it will be! I wanted to add my story to the list and I'll keep praying at 3 AM.View Thread
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