1, Around the age of 13 - 14, I got into a really big argument with my mumsy over something stupid, which is basically the story of my life... The
argument reached to the point of me taking a knife out of the dishwasher and threatening to end my life; I was very suicidal as a child, which I think
is a product of physical abuse and the mental distress that follows. The physical abuse did not come from my parents, but rather the natives of where
I was born (My pops had always told me that they were either jealous or angry at us.) Anyways, after this whole debacle happened, the sensitive
information of what transpired stayed within the family. However, I got a visit from a former pastor and she said she had come to visit me because she
had a vision of me crying with a knife near my wrist. I was rather perplexed when she had told me what she saw because no one in the family said
anything about what had happened
2. God spoke to me in a dream.
3. After a couple of these spiritually themed dreams, I had met a man by the name of R. Godwin that came up to me while I was working at a fast food
joint in Atlanta. His main message to me, paraphrased, was that gloom and doom mixed with fire and brimstone is not the way nor will people listen,
humor goes a long way, and nothing is by coincidence.
I'm more of a fan for the subtle miracles, not the grand signs.
edit on 23-1-2013 by DelayedChristmas because: (no reason given)
OK i have had many miracles in my life and i think i'm ready to share some of them.
The first one i can remember is being thrown into a camp fire. The next time i was drown in a river. The next time i was injected with hiv infected
blood. All that happened before i was 13 and i am 37 now. I know these words don't mean # to most of you but being here alive right now was a
sacrifice i made to try and change some minds about GOD. I am starting to deal with all these things now because the hour is late and the clouds are
being pulled back.
This content community relies on user-generated content from our member contributors. The opinions of our members are not those of site ownership who maintains strict editorial agnosticism and simply provides a collaborative venue for free expression.