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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy S. View Post
    http://woodtv.com/2017/04/09/daughte...river-dangers/

    Read what the dying man said.
    I gotta go they are here for me!
    I had to read, but the article didn't say if he was saved or not. Sad, if not.
    "Therefore my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable,
    always abounding in the work of the Lord;
    knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain."

    1 Corinthians 15:58 (ESV)

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    Quote Originally Posted by J4E View Post
    I always wonder about this. Before I was saved and while I was dating my husband, I was coming home from his place really late. I was an hour drive away. I was on the freeway and no others on the road with me at that hour. That's when a car zoomed passed me at such a great speed it shook my car. This guy just missed me and he was flying! And he didn't have his lights on so I didn't see him coming up behind me. About a mile down the road I saw the car crashed up in the overpass like where the ramp underneath goes up. I called police... etc. The guy driving was ok and was drunk.

    When I became saved, I thought back to that day and got chills. Asked myself "If I died that day, I would have been in big trouble". I have always believed that God protected me that day knowing that in the future I would turn back to him.
    I've had a couple of close calls. Twice I attempted suicide. Well didn't go through with it. Once the blade was on my wrist and was about to start and another was gonna walk into traffic, again starting the movement. A sudden stoppage accord both times both times. I look back now and see what happened.

    Angels do a lot of the "footwork" for God which we see in the Bible (Angel opens abyss and blow trumpets etc etc) so I'm sure they guide the precious cargo home.
    Romans 5:8 But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fl2007rn View Post
    I really appreciate those scriptures! So those feelings I have are not imagined!!! What an honor to know that I may have been in the presence of the Lord's angels. Those feelings of joy I get when someone dies can stay with me for hours.

    P.S. I witness to people ALL the time in ICU. I am one of the lucky ones that has a job where I have to make sure a patients religious needs are met while in the hospital. We always have to ask if the need to see a paster, rabbi, etc. and I always use that opportunity to tell the patient that I am a born again Christian. I have only had one person tell me they were not interested. All others listened! It is amazing when a person is on the brink of death, they do wonder where they are going when they die. Only once did someone accept Christ because of my witness, and he was an old man that died a few hours later after we prayed the Lord's Prayer. It was one of the most moving experiences of my life. After my shift was over, I cried the entire way home from work. Thanks again for the scriptures and have a good Sunday!
    You may only know of one person who accepted the Lord because of your testimony....... but, their could be many who made a decision for Christ after you left the room........ we never know what lives the Lord has allowed us to touch for Him, that results in an eternal decision down the road. Or in the quiet moments preceding death.

    May God bless you in your job as you continue to share Jesus with others.

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    I've had a couple of close calls. Twice I attempted suicide. Well didn't go through with it. Once the blade was on my wrist and was about to start and another was gonna walk into traffic, again starting the movement. A sudden stoppage accord both times both times. I look back now and see what happened.

    Angels do a lot of the "footwork" for God which we see in the Bible (Angel opens abyss and blow trumpets etc etc) so I'm sure they guide the precious cargo home.
    Ohhhh BorrowedTime, hugs to you. You must have been in a really low place. I think many of us have been there...maybe not suicidal but as we say in Texas lower than a snake's belly.

    Glad you're on the up and up and hope you stay there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poc4dw View Post
    Ohhhh BorrowedTime, hugs to you. You must have been in a really low place. I think many of us have been there...maybe not suicidal but as we say in Texas lower than a snake's belly.

    Glad you're on the up and up and hope you stay there.

    Diane
    Thanks!

    These events were 7-8 years ago. Now that I'm where I am at I see what all happened along time ago. Had I succeeded, my kids would have had no chance (my ex was abusive and even to this day still constantly gets evicted) plus my soul would have been in hell to suffer (wasn't saved so neither of my kids were). Life moves on, my heart continues to be soften and I get saved. Turn around and it leads to my children being saved!

    So there was a 3-fer out of it all! I am truly convinced an angel was watching!
    Romans 5:8 But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.

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    Does anyone know if this article has made it to the new server yet? The original link does not take you to the original article. THANKS!

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenguin View Post
    This is on the Rapture Ready main site, in case anyone's interested.

    http://www.raptureready.com/resource/shaw/shaw.html

    It's 236 testimonies of individuals in their dying hours. Of course we can't know anyone's eternal position except our own, but from the testimonies it seems that the true believers don't seem to worry at all about dying (some even sing hymns ) whereas the unbelievers are troubled and tormented. I get choked up when I read the testimonies of the dying believers because while it's sad that they're leaving behind friends and family, it's happy that they're joyously entering into the presence of Jesus.



    fl2007rn, that's an amazing story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Resting View Post
    Does anyone know if this article has made it to the new server yet? The original link does not take you to the original article. THANKS!
    While I don't know if it's on the new server yet, the old format is still available on my mirror site at: http://www.rapture.streamlinerschedu...shaw/shaw.html
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    When my father died, we had been playing scripture through his headphones for him for 4 days while he was in a coma. On the morning he went to be with the Lord, after not moving for all those days, he patted DH's leg whilst we were washing him as if to say thank you (we'd cared for him for 3 years) He seemed to know he was going . We went straight from his death to hospital in another county where DH's mum was dying grom renal failure. She kept sitting up saying "Cheerio" to anyone who came in the room. She was very distressed all night & we asked my father in law if he'd prayed for the Lord to take her, but he said he couldn't. Finally by luchtime the follwoing day, she was saying to him "Let me go, John, let me go." Finally he asked her if she wanted to go to the Lord & said she wshould go to Him. She sat forward & said "I'm going I'm going I'm going" with her arms out stretched.
    After those 2 experiences I know we are taken into the arms of the Lord when we die.
    In contrast, out unsaved neighbour just died screaming saying "No No No!" just awful.
    For Thou art my hope, Oh Lord God Psalm 71:5
    Being confident of this very thing, that He who hath begun a good work in you, will perform it to the day of the Lord Philippians 1:6


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