“God spoke to me, but not like that.”

ImageMy almost 11 year old daughter came back from camp and suggested we play a game together. During our playing of the game she chose I asked her if God had spoken to her at camp and then I used some deep voice and playfully suggested it spoke to her to do something rather silly like listen to her parents the rest of her life. She said,

“Well, I believe God spoke to me but not like that.” Now I was very sobered and snapped out of the silly mode in an instant. I wanted to hear all about THIS encounter.

She told me a story about how during one of their meetings that the speaker asked if someone believed God was speaking to them to come up and help him on stage to do so and come on up. She said she felt a “nudge inside” as
she thought about it and immediately said “NO!” but then on second thought she decided she would listen and went up front. She didn’t give much more detail than after she came back to her seat she said, “I felt really good about
going up there.”

And I felt really good about a God speaking to my daughter…

and that she listened.

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About thekessler6

WE ARE A FAMILY OF SIX --SINCE 2009. ALTHOUGH OUR KIDS ARE ALL HOOSIER-BORN (all IN THE SAME HOSPITAL BY THE SAME WONDERFUL DOCTOR TOO!); Melissa and I ARE NATIVE BUCKEYES (A SWEET AND DELICIOUS TREAT!). WE COUNT OURSELVES MISSIONARIES TO THE HOOSIER NATIVES. AS FUNNY AS THAT SOUNDS WE HAVE YET TO MAKE ANY CONVERTS . . . TOO MANY PEOPLE SEEM TO BE FROM KENTUCKY AND MICHIGAN! KENT HAS BEEN A SPIRITUAL LEADER since 1987 AND MELISSA IS AN ELEMENTARY MUSIC TEACHER. THEY MET AND FELL IN LOVE IN GREENWOOD, INDIANA AND BEGAN MINISTRY TOGETHER IN MARION in 1996. FUNNY THING: MELISSA LIVES JUST ON THE OTHER SIDE OF MARION, OHIO!
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