I had an experience with God, Sept 2003, Jesus is Lord:
God said,"Good News." then I recieved a Good News bible.
I was down Pittsburgh, finishing up a day of work at Cargenie Mellon as I
was working as a computer consultant for the
Career Center. It was a pretty cool job. I'd write some software, modify
hardware, or just do some light work such as
deliver mail. I felt pretty much complete, after having a long hard time in
school. To finally be working was a great
feeling. I decided to go out for Sushi. At the Sushi place, I was seated in
front of an Aquarium where a single fish
swam. I thought on the situation that there was a specimen of beauty in
front of me, yet I'm going to be eating fish
soon. There was music playing which I think was Japanese. I finished my
food and tipped the waitress. Before I left, I
wished a Bob Marley song would play. The next song on the radio was a Bob
Marley song. I thought that was pretty cool.
So I left, and was walking back to work to check in and see if anyone
needed anything. While I was walking over a
bridge, I heard God say to me,"Good News". It was like a whisper, but it
came with authority. I had to understand what
it meant. I felt compelled to go straight to my car and drive. When I was
driving I felt as if I should go towards
home, and while I was driving, I felt unable to turn my eyes to look at
billboards or be distracted from the road. I
had an effect similar to tunnel vision where everything but what was
necessary for driving was being filtered out.
Eventually I passed my old church that I went to when I was young. My dad
was there doing maintaince on the graveyard.
I felt this is where I needed to go. I stepped inside the church and my dad
and I talked. We held hands while talking
and our arms were trembling. I don't think I mentioned being told the,"Good
News". He went upstairs and brought down a
Good News bible for me.
I don't claim to be a prophet,but I fully know God exists as explained in
the bible. I'm well educated, and I
appreciate science. But neither science, nor do fake religions detract
from the bible. If you read the bible, you'll
The problem with Christian spam is that, unless it's of the "It's very nice to be in contact with you, but I didn't write to you to exchange pleasantries, I wrote to tell you about Jesus", or of the Old Testament hellfire and brimstone variety, then it can be quite boring.
And there's always the blogpsot.com one - try any Blogger address, but with that mispelling. I've always wondered about that - is it trying to pretend that it's a sign from God, that He (She) has overtaken your browser in order to impart some message to you? (Rather than a lame cybersquatting scam).