Feeling God’s immediate care

Earlier this year, my husband and I were out running errands. We had just walked into a store when I started feeling off balance, and I was having trouble seeing, because there were spots affecting my vision. I asked my husband to walk me to the car, where we sat for a few minutes to pray. 

I prayed to see that health and freedom are my right as a child of God and that God was with me at that moment and always. There was nothing that could take away my joy or my ability to express God fully and freely. It was a quiet, prayerful moment in our car in the midst of a noisy, busy parking lot.  

We decided to drive home, and as we were leaving the parking lot, the sensor in our car that tells us we are too close to something started going off on my side of the car. I looked to the side, but there wasn’t anything there that would have set off the alarm. Suddenly, this thought came to me, which I recognized as being from God: “There is nothing there but God, filling all space, both outside and inside the car.” The feeling of oneness with God was palpable.

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