Hi, Isn't it thrilling when personal God things happen to us? When that happens, I feel like he's standing right in front of me, talking to me. Obviously you were suppose to get up and read those certain psalms, at that certain time, because God knew that you were going to need them later.
I'm so sorry to hear about your son. Are you feeling any better? You sound like a very brave lady, & I just said a little prayer for you.
You and I are very lucky to have a special relationship with God. I try to tell other people that they can too. I tell them that all they have to do is ask him to please let them feel his presence and that they are sorry for there sins. I'm usually telling them this, when they feel all alone and scared. First, they don't believe they are worthy, then they don't believe it's that simple!
They don't seem to realize that nobody is worthy, because we are humans, & all of us sin. God said, (in the Bible) that if we ask for his forgiveness, he will always give it. He loves us so much, that he will forgive a sin, that another human never would. That's because he's not a mear mortal, he is God and made of pure love. I'm getting sleepy and don't know if I said that right. Did I? I'm sorry that this is soooo long. It was nice meeting you.(so to speak) God Bless You.
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