My Miracles Throughout My Life Part 1

*When I was a teenager, one night I heard my name being called. I woke up and saw an angel standing at my bedroom door.

*When I was in my 20s, I went to the hospital to have tests run on me and had a lot of x-rays also. I had kidney stones, and I found out I was pregnant. I was told that all the xrays could damage my baby. We had a revival at church and the evangelist called me out of the audience and told me not to worry about my baby because God told him that it will be very healthy. The evangelist and the minister didn’t know anything about me or my pregnancy and the xrays.

*After the birth of my baby. I gave birth to a fine healthy baby girl. I saw her and she sucked my breast the first day. Oh how good I felt. I loved this little stranger.

Then the next day I got sick and by the time night came I started having fever.

I was so sick that the other patient in our room was moved out because they staff and doctor thought I was dying.

My fever was 105°F. I don’t remember very much except there was a lot of pain.

They poked a lot of syringes in my arms and hands and fed me intravenously.

I saw a lot if faces. One time I remember them taking my clothes off and putting me in a kiddie pool full of alcohol and crushed ice. It was shocking and miserable.

Another time I saw my grandmother standing by my bed holding a book and she was reading it to me. It must have been the Bible. Then she told me to say, “I plead the blood of Jesus”.

Then another time my husband was talking to me but I didn’t know what he was saying. He was looking at me through the bars of my bed. I saw little cherub angles flying around him.

Published by Sher Greenwolf

I love to read children's books to children and the young at heart. Then I love nature and animals and take pictures of them. Also I love traveling and learning the history of each state/city. The other things I like to do is teach survival and crafts. I love to help people know they can do almost anything they want.

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