A Little Raspberry Tea and a Little Healing

Posted: October 25, 2010 in Jesus Encounter

Today I drove Jessica to work at 6am and on the way back I felt it on my heart to spend some time with God. Since I’d normally come back and sleep another hour before getting ready for school, I decided to stop at the gas station and grab something with caffiene. I went in, grabbed a raspberry tea and headed to my car. As I walked out a women walked in who worked there. I smiled and walked on. The Holy Spirit began to tell me things to tell her. Not wanting to get her in trouble I decided I write her a note. I drove home and prayed about what to write. God is faithful. It ended up being a love letter from Jesus telling her that He Loves her and He knows what’s going on. I then read my Bible until 7am and then decided to sleep until 7:30am.

I overslept missing my first class, but I was really concerned as to whether or not she’d still be there. She was and I was really nervous. Someone in the store called her name, Mary. Praying, I walked around the store for a couple minutes. She seen me and walked over to me to ask if I needed help finding something. That’s when I told her I seen her earlier and felt I needed to give her the note. She opened and immediately asked how long I’ve been a Christian. I answered and she said, “This is strange.” Her eyes were real big and I could tell she was holding back tears. She began to tell me how her neice recently had a heart attack in her sleep and passed away at age 34. It had really hurt the family including the grandparents, 80 years old, whose health had dramatically deteriated since. She also said that Christians had been randomly coming to her sister with words from God and now it had happened to her. She asked if I could talk soon and from the sounds of it she wants me to talk to the whole family.

Please pray for Mary and her family.

To God Be All The Glory!

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