Throughout my life, I have witnessed many miracles. Some of these miracles affected me indirectly, but several actually had life changing effects! Every one of these miracles influenced the person I am today.
As a child growing up in a middle class home in a small town, I observed the miracle of God’s Amazing Grace and Love in the lives of family members and friends. Couples who thought they would never have children were given the opportunity to experience the joy of being parents through adoption.
Several times in my marriage, Clyde encountered dangerous incidents, and God always kept him safe. Once he was working on a truck that he was rebuilding, and the truck fell on him. Chris was with him, and he was able to lift the truck and pull his dad to safety.
For several years, I suffered with migraine headaches and horrific pain in my left shoulder and arm. Different doctors gave me prescriptions, which never helped. Finally, I began to lose the use of my arm and hand, and I became extremely concerned.
The morning of my surgery, Doctor Lane came in to talk to me before they took me to the operating room. He prayed for me, for success of the procedure, and for every person involved. His prayer reinforced my peace of mind. I knew I would be fine.
During surgery, I saw a really bright light. In the light I saw Jesus and Clyde hand in hand. Neither one said anything and just stood there like they were keeping me safe. From that moment until this day, I have had absolutely no pain in my arm or shoulder. I took medication for one day after surgery; but due to an allergy to the medicine, I was unable to continue taking it.
God is in the business of miracles, and I know I have been the recipient of many. He wrote each of us in his hand and protects us over and over. When we need healing, we have to pray for God to bless us. Psalm 107:20, Psalm 103:3, I Peter 2:24, Isaiah 53:5, James 5:16,Romans 8:38-39; Isaiah 49:16