Use your mind to seek God in creative ways. Visualize yourself in a Bible story as you explore it as if you were there. Or place yourself into a different landscape or situation and allow the Holy Spirit to take you where it wills, as in this post.
In all my years of ministry, it might be one of the hardest conversations that I’ve ever had with someone. Walking up the stairs of this house for the first and only time, the smell and the screaming were something terrible. I felt as if I had been transported into the middle of the film “The Exorcist”.
God orchestrated an introduction for our exchange of surprising spiritual experiences.
This is an example of when God unexpectantly meets our smallest needs. They are not a coincidence, but a God-incidence.
God spoke to me and said, “Rick, stop reading these names and go over to the World Trade Center North Tower”.
Rev. Dr. Tim Ehrlich is convinced that Bible stories of demons are more than 1st C AD characterizations of epilepsy for example. Because of the experience described here, he believes there are evil spirits that can be defeated with the power of the name of Jesus.
God told me that because the Spirit was still in me in such abundance, He was going to give me the power to travel in the Spirit to anywhere I wanted to go. “Hmm, where should I go? I must pick wisely.” Instantly I realized the perfect place was heaven.
Is a revelation during a coma called, a dream, a vision or something unique?
Have you ever prayed and felt like nobody was listening? Feeling and seeing the presence of God.