Many years ago, I was not saved, not serving God, and I married this man that I thought was the love of my life. He promised to get rid of his drugs, become a family man, and a life of happiness-ever-after. I know a lot of religious folks do not believe this, but every person that stands in front of a justice of the peace or a seedy wedding place in Reno, is not “Joined by God,” in a holy marriage.
I didn’t know that then, because I believe every time a person said, “Let it be so,” then it was so.
For sixteen years of my life I took abuse. My story is detailed in my book “Grace to the Rescue.“
This is a story of believing for something to change, and he did not wish to change. It’s a story (that is all true) of a guy who said he got saved, but was just giving lip-service to God. It’s a story of having Faith without asking God what to ask Faith for, because of assumptions taught by the church.
Fear is a liar! Satan is not afrad to use our faith against us. We must know, and find out for ourselves what is going on, and not just blindly follow people who say they know “the way” out of our problems. Here’s what happened to me, about to commit suicide, I finally said “I HAVE TO KNOW” Father “I have to know,” some answers to the questions that go unanswered.
He answered me.
God wants us to know for ourselves, hear for ourselves, see for ourselves, and be led by his Spirit! There is no other way! I am here to be your cheerleader and say, those words in your bible “the Lord is your Shepherd,” He will “lead you,” (It’s all true!).
God saved me, rescued me, restored me, saved me from death multiple times, and he continues to work miracles in my life, but let me tell you something, if you want a Testimony with God, you will have to pass the test.
Part of that test is being willing to walk with him alone, just like Abraham did. Are you willing?
“Listen to me, you who pursue righteousness
and who seek the Lord:
Look to the rock from which you were cut
and to the quarry from which you were hewn;
2 look to Abraham, your father,
and to Sarah, who gave you birth.
When I called him he was only one man,
and I blessed him and made him many. Isaiah 51:1-2 NKJV
Laura Grace, Author, www.lauragracebooks.com