God's 2 Perfect Timing Miracles-Raindrops and Bunnies Oct 25, 2014 9:34:21 GMT 1
Post by Anne Terri on Oct 25, 2014 9:34:21 GMT 1
"May 11, 2014
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(God Through Anne Terri With The Holy Spirit)
Yes this is Mother's Day, and much has happened over this past week which I have Shown to Anne Terri and her Mother, as well as to her daughter Apostle, Juliet Faith.
God's Perfect Timing Miracles
Raindrops and Bunnies
No Miracle is too small, and when you are One with Me, the Miracles are meant for you to enjoy. I Have Asked Anne to Document Through Me, the Miracles experienced from May 3rd to today, in My Perfect Timing. The first Miracle was also witnessed by Apostle Juliet, who Believes in Me, Fully.
Raindrops on A Blue Sky
On May 3rd, 2014 Anne and her daughter Juliet - and while I Speak Through Dictation to Anne this Sunday, the Minister on Mother Sallye's Radio playing in the background, speaks of turning to Me in Prayer - Now back to My Miracles.
Anne and Juliet were sitting on the small patio, talking together in the sun. The sky was blue.
A drop of water fell upon Juliet's hand and then another and another.
She looked at Anne saying 'do you see this?'
Then more drops fell, falling on Anne's hands as well as the grass before them. My shower was brief, but brought laughter and Joy to them both.
Anne looked up to Me and said to the cloudless blue sky, 'What are you doing?' knowing perfectly well they had witnessed a Miracle.
The Bunny Crosses
On May 9th, Anne Terri and her Mother had a conversation about the rabbits who used to be abundant in her back yard. She told Anne, 'I have not seen my rabbits; I wonder what happened to them?' The conversation continued along these lines. Then as Anne waited to go out with her Mother that day, she stood facing the front door which was opened for departure. Just then, at the bottom of the two steps of the front porch, a beautiful, gray-brown bunny ran past, from right to left; so close to the bottom step, he could have climbed up to visit Mother Sallye ...
Mother's Day - May 11, 2014
Feeding The Rabbit
This morning, after giving bread to the birds whom are often waiting for their morning snack in Mother Sallye's back yard, Anne saw Our rabbit come out from under the forsythia bush and begin his morning walk. She went to the kitchen to get a piece of carrot and celery.
Now We Go To Church
Anne's Mother makes effort to go to church every Sunday, even though she is 90 years old and must drive 40 miles each way. Anne worries that she her car will not make it much longer for it is also aged and suffering. Anne being with Me, knows I AM Everywhere, and that in hearing Me Speak to her 24/7, holds services in honor of Me daily in her heart. However, her Mother is old school so she concedes when visiting her.
Taneytown Baptist Church teaches the third Christian religion, her mother has tried over her long life, and still is looking for Me. Faith for her is wavering for she has not found Me, in any Church, but sometimes she can see the Light Through her daughter Anne Terri. Early Alzheimers and her stubborn nature makes it difficult for Anne to teach her, as she usually closes her ears and what she does catch, she forgets when Anne Teaches.
At the church this morning, as is usual, they focused on Jesus' sacrifice to save everyone from Sin, and taught also this Mother's Day, of women in The New Testament. Good camaraderie amongst the parishioners as they planned for their outreach to the neighborhood with a block party. The distance away from this church, means that Mother Sallye can not participate in many of the events they host.
After services, Anne and her Mother visited the historical town of Sykesville, enjoying the sunshine and a crepe with tea on a cool porch. Sallye walks with a cane, and not far. This was the best option for her, as her health is compromised due to aging and advanced cancer. To make it clear to Our readers, she has refused all care interventions, and will not accept - even at this time - assistance in the way of a home hospice situation. Anne must return to her own home in a month, but still her mother insists on taking care of herself. I Am With her and her Mother.