Panic attacks healed

I came home late one cold July night. I was tired and hungry, so I went into the kitchen, turned on the electric stove, and put a little water in the kettle for tea. Then I went back into the living room and lay down to rest while the water got hot. 

Next thing I knew, I was racing to the kitchen close to three hours later. What I saw there was the scariest thing I had ever seen. Both the stove and the kettle were red hot and glowing in the darkness, and I ran back out into the living room. I was shivering with fear. All kinds of scary thoughts came to me about what could possibly happen, such as an explosion. 

I thought I must calm down, and I ran back into the kitchen, turned off the stove and the power to the electrical outlet, and pulled the plug from the wall socket. Then I picked up the kettle with a wooden utensil and tossed it out into the rain. When the kettle hit a water puddle outside, it sounded like a huge aircraft hitting the tarmac on landing. That was the end of the problem, or so I thought.

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Testimony of Healing
Pain from burn quickly dissolved
July 24, 2017

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