"God did not just answer my personal question. He gave me a profound healing. With His words of the most profound wisdom, love, and understanding that I have ever heard or read, God helped me to see myself, my health, and my family in a new light. With this new understanding, my problems began to fade away, and, with it, many of my old fears."
Thank you for God's words. You were correct I did feel a response before I received God's answer. The sadness disappeared and I experienced an acceptance of what is. While we obviously still don't know the outcome, I know that all will work out as it does, whatever that is.
You know we lost a home many years ago and it didn't change anything except that our family grew closer. We still found joy in the simple things and everything really. Truly, we couldn't have been happier in those days and we had nothing except the most important thing of all...LOVE!
Before I received God's advice about my husband today, I was already doing what He told me to do. I am taking and will take the steps my husband would like me to take. And... up until yesterday my husband hadn't asked me to take any steps! It truly is amazing to me that God's words matched the steps (although baby ones) I am taking. How does that work? Ahhh, the mystery. Quite intriguing. While God's words were a reality check and I found myself a bit surprised, I had to chuckle when He said I was a great dramatist.
I also noticed a change in my husband and his outlook. His drama has changed as well. He is more optimistic in that he was allowing our situation to open up new possibilities for us. He hasn't taken that track up until the last two days after I had poured out my heart to God. So both of us remain open, and we are both taking steps in a new direction. We are both more accepting of what is.
I may not have articulated all of this as well as I could have. But my hope is you will get the gist of the message. God has helped our family.
I feel blessed because not only did I get this message today, I also received the Heavenletter today which brought tears in understanding. With all my heart, I thank you.
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My wife and I love each other very much. My problem, and I admit it is my problem, is that I have an aversion to conflict. Everyday my wife finds many ways to push that button in me. She nags, complains, gets uptight and angry, and tries to control my daughter and me by constantly telling us what to do.
When this happens, I find my heart shutting down. I know I can't change or fix her, and I realize I need to have patience and acceptance. My heart silently cries when I feel this separateness from her. My question to You, God, is how do I best handle this situation?
I want to be more patient, loving, compassionate, understanding and accepting when these conflicts happen. I surrender my heart and this situation to You and ask for Your Wisdom and Guidance.
With all my heart and love, Jon
God, how do I prepare myself for others' deciding things that deeply affect my life, like the outcome of this court case? How do I work at turning it all over to You, and what parts do I need to handle?
I am truly asking for the highest good of all. It may be hard to live with, though. I have been too angry for too long. I know I need to be rid of this.
Thank You and love, Anneese
Early in the morning, however, she was having trouble breathing, and I rushed her to the emergency room. As You know, at about four this morning, the Sunday before Thanksgiving, Molly died.
I used to call her Angel, and now she is really my angel.
I know my little girl is in Your care and that you are taking care of her. I know that she is in Heaven with You, and I am grateful to You for the time she spent with us.
Although I can say it was her time to go, I cannot help wondering, dear God, if we had taken her to the hospital sooner, would it have made a difference?
She has left a big space in our family's life. What do we do now? What do I do now? Cry, I know, until we don't have to anymore.
Thank You for Your love and for taking care of Molly.