In the wake of my second divorce I held onto my Lord as though he was a rope, and I was dangling over the Grand Canyon. At that point in time I had read the Bible, attended Bible study, and had been walking with my Lord for about seven years. I knew enough to hold onto him. One morning he showed me he was holding on as well.

I saw who I thought was my daughter in Jesus’s arms one morning. In his right arm her legs were drooped. In his left arm he held her body. My daughter’s head was resting on our Lord’s left shoulder, and her arms were around his neck. Our Lord rested his head on my daughter’s head, and told me this:

I love her with all my heart. I have her, and she is safe. All will be well, and she is taken care of. You can let go, I’ve got her. I love her and will protect her.

Since I was threatened with going back to court over custody of my daughter at the time, the vision made sense to me. However, a few weeks later, Mom said the Lord gave her a vision while she slept. Mom saw the same thing I did, but in her dream Jesus was facing Mom. The little girl Jesus was holding was me.

I would like to reiterate, for those who have not read the previous posts, I am not special. I am not super holy or sinless. I do not publish these posts to draw attention to myself or claim my Father loves me more than anyone else. I firmly believe the Lord wants every person to know he loves them more than we can ever imagine. We are all equally loved and precious to him. I believe my Father wants all people to know he can, and wants to, communicate with us. He wants to help us, but he is a gentleman. Jesus will not force himself on us. He wants to be our best friend and have a relationship with us, which he can do because he is alive as documented in Matthew 28:7. I believe my God has motivated me to share what he’s done in my life right now, and not at any other time previous, because we need to believe him for miracles again, and he wants to do them!

For I am the Lord your God who takes hold of your right hand and says to you, Do not fear; I will help you. Isaiah 41:13

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