God’s Voice

Has this ever happened to you?

You’re about to walk into a grocery store when someone walking by stops and says“God bless you.” You didn’t sneeze or help this person in any way to warrant the God bless you. And as if to make sure you heard him (or to get the job done) he says it again.

Someone on the street approaches you. He knows your name and claims to know you from school, but you know that you’ve never met him before.

Someone on your block calls out to you from across the street, puts his hands in the air and says, “God works in mysterious ways.” You smile and chuckle and he asks “you good?”

You are on your way to church and a man with a guitar is standing in your path. When you reach him he wants to shake your hand and tells you that he loves you.

Some may think that these are crazy people, but I don’t think so.

Did their words bring you comfort in a rough time in your life?

What would happen If you made a conscious effort to get to know them?

If you haven’t had these kind of experiences, ask yourself why.


7 thoughts on “God’s Voice

  1. I truly believe every experience and encounter in our lives is significant! Every person we meet no matter how many words may be exchanged, or how short of time we spend with them, has an impact on and in our lives. I recently shared a post about a person who I met many years ago who with amazing wisdom and strength she was able to pass on to other without attempting to teach anyone anything. She simply did this by living, being herself, and sharing her story. I hope you do not mind if I share her story here so others can have the pleasure of learning from her strength.


    With Respect, Hope, Joy and Love, Carmela

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  2. Thank you very much. You give very good advice. We don’t necessarily need to perform miracles to have a positive impact on peoples lives. I am glad that she had you in her life. Your words exude a gentle loving aura.

    Peace be with you and God bless

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  3. I enjoyed this post! I’d like to think that those who wish us well are in some way divinely connected to God. He always has a way of making us pause and pay attention to the details of this life. I believe He’s awesome like that!

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