The Struggle to Be Human: Evelyn’s Witness

henrymakow.com — Sept 23, 2018

farm4Evelyn, a 74-year old woman who lives alone on a farm with 6 dogs, 6 horses, and a miniature mule, feels God’s presence constantly. She writes:
“I try to have a kind word to everyone whom I meet, accompanied by a smile.  
There are so many lonely folks out there who have no one to tell their problems or joys.  
Now, when I go to town I have so many hugs that I get a week’s worth in one day! “

by Evelyn — (henrymakow.com)

Oh my goodness!  I am going to have to stop reading your website because I cannot subdue the urge to respond again.  Concerning MA’s response to The Struggle to Stay Human, I counted his using the first person singular pronoun at least 35 times.  It sounds as though all of his efforts were for his own good.
A relationship with God Almighty/Jesus Christ…if it is the real thing…should NEVER be about what you can get out of it!  I am 74-years-old as of last week.  Jesus came into my heart at the age of nine.  I am so sorry to admit that my life was not always a saintly one.  I had the audacity to rebel against Him in my young adult life, because I hated the circumstances in which I found myself.
If I had been God, I would have struck me down with a lightning bolt; but He patiently waited on me to pitch my temper tantrums and finally arrive at the very bottom of the pit.  And, like the prodigal son when he ‘came to himself’, my Heavenly Father lovingly lifted me out.  After much thought about the matter, I can honestly say that even if there is nothing after this life here on earth (which I do not believe), I would have rather lived it His way.
[If you get tired of reading this epistle, push the delete button; but God has laid you on my heart, and I feel so compelled to share Him with you.  You seem like a very honest, dear man who has given so much to others.]
May I share with you, my witness?

 

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