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Angelique

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I get encouraged reading other people’s testimonies. To read what wonders God has done in their life ! So please share, because they lift me up!

One of my testimonies:
I day I was so depressed I told myself I don’t want to smile anymore. People always tell me that I am always smiling, but they do not know what’s behind the smile. Depression, fear and even suicidal thoughts from time to time.

One time I was waiting for the bus. And I felt the holy spirit say (in my heart) to listen to my MP3 player. I did not do it immediately, because I had turned it of, so I thought why put it on? But the feeling kept presisting. And I grabed my MP3 out of my bag, and saw that it was turned on and it was on radio. I normally never listen to the radio on MP3 (Guess something in my back pushed the ON button)

And the first words I heard where: God put a smile on your face. I knew this was a sign from God to give me comfort, because I told myself days before I did not want to smile anymore.
 
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I can relate to the "persistent feeling" that seems to come at times when the Spirit wants you do do something. Here is a true example of that.

In the days of my youth, I always drove my car very fast. Always. Speed limits were just a starting point and it was not uncommon for me to be 20, 30 or even 40 or more miles per hour above those posted limits. Roads with a lot of curves in them were especially inviting. One summer afternoon I was on one of those twisting roads rolling along at a very high rate of speed. I didn’t know where it came from, but suddenly I had a slight urge to slow down. Of course I ignored it and continued to speed along. Then the urge to slow down touched me again, stronger this time and it did not stop. I felt this was a bit unusual but I still did not slow down. While I was thinking about this feeling, it seemed to get stronger. I’m not sure just why but I lifted my foot off of the accelerator a little and began to slow down. Slowing to 70 miles per hour and the feeling was still there so I continued to slow down. 60, 50, 40 miles per hour and the feeling did not stop. I didn’t know what to think about this but the feeling would not go away. Finally I just took my foot completely off the accelerator and let the car coast on its own. 30 miles per hour and the feeling was still there and I was thinking maybe if the car rolled to stop the feeling would stop too. The car went slower and slower and then at 20 miles per hour the right front tire exploded. Even at that low speed the car lurched hard to the right and I had to struggle just to stay on the pavement. Later, inspection of the tire showed it to have no defects and it was not an old tire, but it blew out anyway. I thought briefly about the probable result of that tire blowing out at the rate of speed I had been traveling on that crooked road. How lucky I was, I thought. That urge to slow down found a place in my memory and I thought about it from time to time, usually when I was driving very fast again. Years would pass before I would actually come to realize where that urge really came from.
 

Angelique

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Aug 19, 2016
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I can relate to the "persistent feeling" that seems to come at times when the Spirit wants you do do something. Here is a true example of that.

In the days of my youth, I always drove my car very fast. Always. Speed limits were just a starting point and it was not uncommon for me to be 20, 30 or even 40 or more miles per hour above those posted limits. Roads with a lot of curves in them were especially inviting. One summer afternoon I was on one of those twisting roads rolling along at a very high rate of speed. I didn’t know where it came from, but suddenly I had a slight urge to slow down. Of course I ignored it and continued to speed along. Then the urge to slow down touched me again, stronger this time and it did not stop. I felt this was a bit unusual but I still did not slow down. While I was thinking about this feeling, it seemed to get stronger. I’m not sure just why but I lifted my foot off of the accelerator a little and began to slow down. Slowing to 70 miles per hour and the feeling was still there so I continued to slow down. 60, 50, 40 miles per hour and the feeling did not stop. I didn’t know what to think about this but the feeling would not go away. Finally I just took my foot completely off the accelerator and let the car coast on its own. 30 miles per hour and the feeling was still there and I was thinking maybe if the car rolled to stop the feeling would stop too. The car went slower and slower and then at 20 miles per hour the right front tire exploded. Even at that low speed the car lurched hard to the right and I had to struggle just to stay on the pavement. Later, inspection of the tire showed it to have no defects and it was not an old tire, but it blew out anyway. I thought briefly about the probable result of that tire blowing out at the rate of speed I had been traveling on that crooked road. How lucky I was, I thought. That urge to slow down found a place in my memory and I thought about it from time to time, usually when I was driving very fast again. Years would pass before I would actually come to realize where that urge really came from.
Thank you for sharing! God takes care of you! He is your protection :)