Thursday, November 4, 2010

God is the Same Yesterday, Today and Forever

If God led the Isrealites out of the Wilderness and into the Land of Milk and Honey with signs of his divine guidance in the days of old, would he not do the same for his children today if they asked him? Exodus 13:21 reads "And the Lord went before them by day in a pillar of cloud, guiding them on their way; and by night in a pillar of fire to give them light: so that they were able to go on day and night." My Blog, "Miracles" was created in hopes of sharing some of the experiences I have had where I was blessed by God's Divine interaction in my life. I would like to begin with this true story of answered prayer. Shortly after my husband and I had bought our first home our refridgerator went haywire. I tried not to complain because our finances were very tight and I knew we were in no position to buy a new one. One morning, after I seen my husband leave for work I went to the refridgerator to get the baby formula for our little one, Nicole. I knew that it had gone bad when I went to warm it up. I immediately ran into the living room, got down on my knees and wept. The only one I felt that I could turn to with this major problem was the Lord. I prayed that he would provide our family with our needs and right now we needed a refridgerator. Suddenly the phone rang and it was my mother. She was calling from work to ask me if I needed a refridgerator. My mother had no idea that we were having problems with ours. It just happened that the people that she worked for in Grosse Pte, MI had bought a new one that was being delivered. They needed this one out of their house before the new one arrived. Let me repeat here, my mother had no idea because I never told her. Some may say it's just coincidence. I beg to differ. God answered my prayers. I went on to tell my mother than of just how badly we needed that appliance and that her call saved my day. That night I went to church and testified of God's goodness. Yes, God is alive and he does hear our prayers! From time to time, I will be sharing more experiences on The Miracle Page of my blog. Keep checking back and feel free to share~

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