Easter Reflection

Reminder: "A desire for chocolate, is often linked to a mineral deficiency of Iron, Magnesium, Chromium, Zinc"~ Philip Bridgeman


How's your Easter week and every day? How do you reflect in a situation of your life that you're unaware of? The story might not be related exactly to Easter but surely the REASON of the season is due to His beautiful name of Jesus Christ! He's sweeter than any bunny chocolates or any chocolates for hunting!

Kindly read through this personal testimony of a person who believes in God that indeed answers prayer for those who believe. I, to my Yahweh God answers my prayer in His unexpected way, and perfect timing and His holy name are exalted above all! Don't forget to share your testimony with us too.

Here's the testimony from "Springs in the Valley" journal book by Mrs C.E. Cowman:
A God-fearing Armenian Christian was sending some merchandise to a distant city. There were no railroads in that part of the country, and as it was a valuable lot of goods, the merchant himself accompanied the caravan. Such caravans usually camp at night, and this is an opportune time for the highwaymen, who make their living by attacking caravans, to steal unnoticed upon the campers. At the chosen time, under cover of the night, the Kurds drew near. All was strangely silent. There seemed to be no guards. But as they pressed closer, imagine their astonishment to find high walls where walls had never stood before. The next night they found the same impassable walls. On the 3rd night, they found the same walls, but there were breaches in them through which the robbers entered. The captain of the marauding band was so terrified by the mystery that he woke up the Armenian, asking what it meant. He told how his band had followed intently on robbing them; how they had found the high walls around the caravan on the first and second nights, but on this night they had been able to enter through breaches. "If you tell us the secret of all this, we will not molest you," said the captain.
The merchant himself was puzzled. "My friends," he said, "I have done nothing to have walls raised about us. All I do is pray evening, committing myself and those with me to God. I fully trust in Him to keep halfhearted prayer. That must be why you were allowed to break through."
The Kurds were overcome by this testimony. Then and there they accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as their Saviour. But the Armenian never forgot the breach in the wall of prayer."

Blessings/Agape Love,

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