Three years ago I was an atheist, I was just sure God was as real as the Easter Bunny. Then He showed me how wrong I was. I started having visions, He says my visions are like John’s visions. It’s like dreaming only you’re awake. You can see, hear and feel everything that’s happening. I now know that what I see often times is the spiritual realm. I hear The Father, Jesus and Spirit speak to me audibly. I need help understanding desperately. He says He changes the world with me. I’m terrified.
Thank you so much for sharing your experience with us and with the whole world. I admire your courage to share this story and you might think you might be judged or ridiculed by those who don’t believe and also those who do believe. You would not be the first person to either come to the realization that God does indeed exists and that He also knows us personally. I know for a fact that God lives because he has also spoken to me in simple, yet, the most life-changing ways. I’ll share with you one such experience:
I was raised in the church and from very young, I have always believed in God and in His Gospel. I have read the scriptures and have come to appreciate them. At one point in my life, I felt that I had doubts, and second-guessed myself and came to a low point in my life. I grieved and cried for help in prayer.
One such day, I was sad and as I pleaded with the Lord, I felt utterly alone and confused because I was doubting Him and myself. I am not sure how long I was praying and lamenting my present situation, but I do remember that it was in the middle of winter and where I lived, it was cold and snowy. It was definitely the middle of winter.
Suddenly, I looked out the window something land on the windowsill, I saw a small bird, a sparrow, holding a small twig in its beak. At that moment, a tremendous feeling of joy over came my entire body and a scripture came to mind. “Behold the fowls of the air: for they sow not, neither do they reap, nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are ye not much better than they?” (Mathew 6:26).
At that moment, I cried again, but this time was because I was so humbled and a bit embarrassed. I thought to myself, “If God is taking care of this little bird and the bird trusts Him, why can’t I?”. I knew God had sent that little messenger to help me understand I mattered to Him. Needless to say, my life changed from that point on.
I hope you can use your new found gift to enrich your own life by seeking more knowledge and applying that knowledge to give you more wisdom. Then, share that wisdom with others. Remember that any gift from God is sacred and must be handled with care. We are entitled to personal revelation and must heed its counsel. Be not afraid, nor troubled.