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July 3, 2010
July 17, 2010 12:39 PM
God Does Show You Proof Of Divine Intervention
Seeing Proof Of Divine Intervention
Seeing proof of many times of divine intervention-
Has happened to me so that I can really mention.
Seeing things daily God makes me really remember-
His devotion's forever from every January to December.
God speaks to me by dove feathers, rainbows or specific scriptures found-
He gives me aided strength for all things that are around.
Standing next to someone but they can’t see your divine intervention at all-
That’s why God has divine personal private times with you secretly on call!
As God speaks to me I do ask my friends if they’ve seen such something-
They don’t see what I see as God makes privacy time with me a specialized thing.
Not noticing something from my bible fell yesterday on my backyard grass-
Today after prayers it was found mentioning Proverbs 3:5, 23 coming to pass!
Yesterday I was crying all day so finding these Proverbs I must say-
God again reminds me again He loves me and He’s always here never far away.
July 13, 2010 10:41 PM
Dovie E. (the "D" was a typo),
July 9, 2010 6:41 PM
Thanks, better said ;-)
July 8, 2010 7:53 PM
On the problem of intervention
Like Dovie ED said, God i s there to start with, however we do not always realize this. He hides His face from us and lets the world run according to natural laws. When these laws are broken or when things happen that are very very unlikely to happen, we perceive them as Divine intervention although everything happens only through Gods will. This is how God created the world and us. Of course, it is our task to try and see the hand of God everywhere, to find Him. Hope that makes it a bit clearer.
July 7, 2010 3:13 AM
My mother in law died of an brain aneurysm on July 4th, she was 46. Last time I saw her I had said G-d does what he does who am I to question? She said "I don't believe in G-d" I told her he believes in you, right up until you take that last breath. I do not know if she reconciled with G-d for whatever her thing with him was, but I do believe G-d used me that day to warn her that time was short, she died two weeks after that conversation.
July 7, 2010 1:10 AM
I have never heard anything quite as smart as what #1 Dovie ED said. That is so sharp and is really the real truth. Thanks for the inspirational comment!
July 5, 2010 5:04 PM
Foreknowledge allows God to know
all about you and your circumstances and Divine intervention can change things to suit His purpose in your life. But, why take a chance on getting a second chance?
Make your peace with God now, for you never know when the summons to the afterlife is called up.
July 4, 2010 8:04 PM
There is no Divine "Intervention". God Is and Does Everything. Intervention is when one "butts in". God is there to start with!
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