God spoke to me today. Seriously.

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Gail: she will only go out on a leash until we're sure we've resolved the fence issue.


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Posted: 10/6/2012 9:53:58 PM
Man, I love happy endings!


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Posted: 10/6/2012 9:57:16 PM
I got chills.

Seriously, I totally believe you. And I am so happy that you have your pup back.

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Posted: 10/6/2012 9:59:32 PM
Awesome when that happens.

Glad He spoke and that you were listening.


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Posted: 10/6/2012 10:00:26 PM
Maybe the dog spoke to you.

JK. Great story, TFS.


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Posted: 10/6/2012 10:01:54 PM
so god helped you find your dog but doesn't help the victims of war...ok there...

them's some first world problems

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Posted: 10/6/2012 10:05:34 PM
Thank you OP and others for sharing your stories.



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Posted: 10/6/2012 10:19:34 PM
What a great story! Thank you for sharing. (sorry you are having a rough time). Remember God is good and always there for you.

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Posted: 10/6/2012 10:19:45 PM

so god helped you find your dog but doesn't help the victims of war...ok there...

them's some first world problems


Who said God doesn't help the victims of war?
How exactly do you know that?

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Posted: 10/6/2012 10:20:45 PM
That gave me chills too. God is good, isn't He?

Thanks for sharing!

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Posted: 10/6/2012 10:34:37 PM
Thank you for sharing such an inspiring story and inspiring so many great comments.



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Posted: 10/6/2012 10:38:16 PM

Who said God doesn't help the victims of war?
How exactly do you know that?


he sure as shit didn't do anything to help during the rwandan genocide

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Posted: 10/6/2012 10:45:35 PM
I love inspiration like this. God bless~

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Posted: 10/6/2012 10:47:15 PM

"In order to hear My voice, you must release all your worries into My care. Entrust to Me everything that concerns you. This clears the way for you to seek My Face unhindered. Let Me free you from fear that is hiding deep inside you. Sit quietly in My Presence, allowing My Light to soak into you and drive out any darkness lodged within you."



I will read this tomorrow. I have been praying for a certain miracle and if it happens it will truly BE a miracle and no doubt God has provided it. Everything I have read lately tells me to ask God to forgive my sin and let go of my worries. It's hard but I have been trying.

Thanks for sharing your story, it is truly uplifting.


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Posted: 10/6/2012 10:54:27 PM
Glad you found your dog.

That is all.


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Posted: 10/6/2012 11:27:37 PM
I believe God speaks to us often. We just aren't listen hard enough.

I pray all the time for the Lord to help me be were I should be in order to hear him when he speaks. He has spoken to me several times. It's been a blessing each time.

Glad you found your dog.


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Posted: 10/6/2012 11:28:49 PM
your story gave me hope...

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Posted: 10/6/2012 11:29:48 PM
This has been an uplifting thread to read. Not only to read of your miracle, but to see some people responding here whom I would never have expected to be here cheering you on--and that feels GOOD!!

I have longed to hear God speak to me. It has never happened. I have been beating His door down for 9+ months now for something that is so heavy on my heart that I wake up crying sometimes. He has not answered. I have wavered between absolute anger at Him and total lack of faith. Still He has not answered. What I cling to is that for more than 50 years He has been my Rock--my hiding place. He has never failed. He is not failing me now. I just can't see through that dark glass. What I am left with is my long walk with Him--and the absolute knowledge that He loves me and has an answer. It will come. Just not yet, even though I am so anxious I sometimes think it will bring me to an early grave.

What is the point of telling you all time? I just want you to know that reading this thread was good for me. If God loves YOU enough to speak to you about you dog, He loves ME enough to have my heartache in His hands--and a resolve for it.

Thank you for your post.


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Posted: 10/6/2012 11:41:14 PM
God does answer our prayers. Some times it's not the answer we want or expect. I'm glad he answered yours the way you has hoped.

I prayed for two years that God would help me with a daily situation I faced. It seemed as if he wasn't going to answer the way I wanted him to. In June my prayer was answered in an unexpected way. I believe God was teaching me something important during this time. Even if I still do not fully understand yet.

I have other prayers for family members that God has not answered in the way I want. I don't know His plan. But I do know that it is His plan. It must be God's Will. God's Will is not always our Will. That's why we need Faith.


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Posted: 10/6/2012 11:55:09 PM
Glad you found your dog! Having missing pets is so stressful and worrisome.






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Posted: 10/7/2012 12:03:47 AM
God is amazing!

I am so glad you found your dog...and then some!



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Posted: 10/7/2012 12:42:51 AM

Some may say this was just a coincidence, but you didn't hear what I heard.

God spoke to me today. He answered my prayer. He might not always do it so dramatically and completely, but today He did. My heart is overjoyed tonight on a lot of levels.

Those who have heard Him will believe and understand. sometimes it's dramatic, sometimes it isn't. Sometimes it's audible, sometimes it isn't. Even when it's been audible I can't describe what He sounded like - not even to myself. I've even asked myself that!

I think it's awesome and your devotional reading supports your experience.

Too often we don't spend time alone - quietly. something that makes noise is around us - the tv, a CD etc. He might be saying something but we can't hear Him.

Sometimes He waits quietly until we turn to Him for the answer.

so happy your beautiful baby was 'returned' safe.




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Praise the Lord!



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Posted: 10/7/2012 1:05:50 AM
What a lovely ending to
Your story


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Posted: 10/7/2012 1:27:22 AM
God is good all the time? Well I guess with all that time he's saved by not saving the millions of starving children in the world, he had plenty of time to help with the dog.

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Posted: 10/7/2012 3:12:39 AM
Praise God! I am so glad he bright your baby back to you safe and sound. Sorry your are going through so much but perhaps this scary incident happened today so He could remind you that He is always with you.

I have had a few people I know tell me they heard God's audible voice but I never have and I want to so much. I feel His guiding me many times but still no voice is actually heard. Thank you everyone for sharing these stories.


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Posted: 10/7/2012 5:42:28 AM

God is good all the time? Well I guess with all that time he's saved by not saving the millions of starving children in the world, he had plenty of time to help with the dog.


I couldn't agree more. To think someone who stands by and lets all kinds of truly terrible things happen in the world is worthy of any kind of praise just boggles my mind. I guess as long as you can all say 'he moves in mysterious ways' then that's explanation enough.


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TFS!


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Posted: 10/7/2012 7:14:18 AM

To think someone who stands by and lets all kinds of truly terrible things happen in the world is worthy of any kind of praise just boggles my mind. I guess as long as you can all say 'he moves in mysterious ways' then that's explanation enough.


Well, I'll be honest and tell you that, as a Christian, war, hunger, genocide, death, disease, murder, and all manner of horrible things are the single biggest challenge to my faith. I don't understand it either.

But here is where I am with it today.

I think man was created for something more noble than those things. There is a lot that Genesis doesn't tell us, but if you go look at the creation stories in Genesis, man was God's crowning achievement, and man was made for relationship with God, for their mutual enjoyment and pleasure.

I also think that, for the most part, those things listed above and mentioned elsewhere in the thread are the result of human sin. Some more directly than others - one would never say that a child is suffering from cancer because of her own or someone else's sin, but we do live in a broken world where our bodies, which were made for a nobler purpose, suffer illness and death. But famine, for example, is usually a result of corruption and greed - human sin - more than weather patterns and poor soil. I suspect I need not explain why genocide and war are the result of human sin.

Further, and perhaps most importantly, I think that God is preparing, in big and small ways, the renewal and re-creation of the world. I have heard it said that when Jesus Christ threw Himself onto the wheel of time, it crushed Him, but He made it turn the other way. That because of His work on our behalf, the future of the human race is to be reunited with God in a world that is as it was created to be and in bodies that are as they were created to be.

He intends to use us in that. In the beginning, He created the world, then He created people. I think this time, He is doing it the other way around - He is re-creating people to live in the world that He will re-form and re-new.

He also wants to have relationship with us. He chooses to work out His purposes in relationship with us - He is giving us a chance to make it right. And I think He uses small things like the lost dog to show us that we can trust Him. I have seen this myself. It is to build us up in relationship with Him so that we can be His messengers of His peace in a world that so desperately needs it.

We have not seen His full redemption yet, but we will.

That is how I can still give praise to God in a world that contains such unimaginable suffering, and how I can still see the return of a lost pet as a gift from God in the midst of greater suffering.

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Posted: 10/7/2012 7:22:08 AM
What a blessing. Such a tender mercy. These daily blessings show that He cares for us, giving us renewed hope and encouragement.

Some of you sound very bitter and for that I am truly sorry.

It is a broken world, and there is a better place. It's true. We've been promised. The fact that there is any good at all in this world and that we've not been completely overrun by evil confirms again and again, that God is alive and at work. He cares for us, because He is God, and in accordance with His great love.

You ask what has He done for us lately? How about asking, what have I done for Him.

Thanks to everyone who mentioned their daily pursuit to recognize God's love and blessings!

God Is Exactly Who He Says He Is. And He cares for YOU.


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Posted: 10/7/2012 7:46:40 AM
I understand questions about God's goodness. I've been angry with Him. There are things I don't understand. But I KNOW Him. He has proven Himself to be true to His word over and over.

He cares for you and loves you even when you blame Him and hate Him. He won't force a relationship on you, but he wants you. If you hate Him, or you are furious with Him, tell Him about it. Give Him the chance to respond as you would a person. He can take it. He is God, and He is good, even when you refuse to believe it. And I'll say again, He LOVES you.


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Posted: 10/7/2012 8:09:53 AM
I know how fast these little stinkers can be...my Shih Tzu was scared of thunderstorms and one of my kids opened the door to come in at the same time , a loud boom went off...and so did Cho cho...off he went with me behind him...

We had to always put on his leash before opening the door to go out...we had a run for him as well. i miss him as this was a lond time ago...he is family to us , they all are...

Glad your baby is ok and you have recovered from it all...lol...it is scary knowing they are out there...hugs


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Posted: 10/7/2012 8:20:57 AM

I treasure those moments I hear his voice loud and clear.
Me too.

reading from my "Jesus Calling" devotional book:

"In order to hear My voice, you must release all your worries into My care. Entrust to Me everything that concerns you. This clears the way for you to seek My Face unhindered. Let Me free you from fear that is hiding deep inside you. Sit quietly in My Presence, allowing My Light to soak into you and drive out any darkness lodged within you."


I'm doing this devotional book this year too. I just read that this morning.

Glad God lifted you up and that you got your Doxie back (she's adorable). I hope you will start to feel better and full of hope and joy. Blessing to you.


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What an awesome and mighty God we have!!!! I LOVE when you can hear Him so clearly!!! All glory and honor belongs to Him!


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and thank you for your story and the devotion, I also needed it this morning


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Posted: 10/7/2012 10:05:27 AM
I totally believe God spoke to you. I have had the opportunity to hear his voice on more than one occasion and it has been when I am at the end of my rope and there is not enough left to tie a knot to hang on by.

It tells us in the bible to go into the closet to pray. (paraphrased) but I have done that many times and believe me it does work. Maybe not as fast as your prayer but in God's time he answers.







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Posted: 10/7/2012 10:08:23 AM
Reading this thread is a great way to start the day. Thanks all for sharing your stories. I, too have heard His voice in a loud clear manner. I truly believe He speaks to us all the time, we just aren't listening. Love that devotional. May you all have a Blessed day.

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Posted: 10/7/2012 10:09:33 AM
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Posted: 10/7/2012 10:13:30 AM
Thank you. I needed that today. Your story and the others that have followed have been a powerful devotional this morning.

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Posted: 10/7/2012 10:15:09 AM
When we were in puppy training, our instructor told us that if our dogs got out and would not come, one thing we could do is drop to the ground and act like we were hurt (cry, whine, etc) and they would come out of concern for their packmate. Sounds like you did the right thing.

Glad you got your dog back!



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Posted: 10/7/2012 11:05:55 AM
I have to admit, I am one of those people that do NOT believe that god speaks to us, or grants certain people certain things. What makes some people more special or more deserving? KWIM?
I know alot of christians. very very religious christians that go thru very hard times, with no prayers answered. Maybe it's because I am in healthcare? and see so much suffering? I DO believe there is a god. But a god that helps us find peace, foregiveness. But not a god who gives someone back their dog, but lets a child get 40 cigerrette burns over their entire body?






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Posted: 10/7/2012 11:15:13 AM

I have to admit, I am one of those people that do NOT believe that god speaks to us, or grants certain people certain things. What makes some people more special or more deserving? KWIM?
I know alot of christians. very very religious christians that go thru very hard times, with no prayers answered. Maybe it's because I am in healthcare? and see so much suffering? I DO believe there is a god. But a god that helps us find peace, foregiveness. But not a god who gives someone back their dog, but lets a child get 40 cigerrette burns over their entire body?


This is the one thing I struggle the very most with when it comes to my faith. I do believe in God, but I don't think I believe that "he" grants miracles to some and not others. I will also admit that it kind of rubs me the wrong way when someone gets that miracle and then says "Oh, God is so good and loves me sooo much! I'm so blessed!" It makes me wonder if those who don't get that miracle are less loved by God, less blessed, if that make sense.

I could go on and on about this subject, but I won't. LOL

Wing Nut, I am very glad you found your dog. It is scary when they are missing.

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Posted: 10/7/2012 11:39:02 AM
I agree with the other posters who expressed how just reading this thread has helped them today. I haven't heard God audibly speak to me like that (yet), but I know people who have. Reading your stories have lifted my heart so much.

OP, SO happy your little sweetie was found!


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Posted: 10/7/2012 11:46:38 AM
I love this story Glad it all worked out. Hang in there



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Posted: 10/7/2012 11:56:44 AM
I'm getting all teary-eyed reading these stories. And as odonna said, "God is good ALL the time.".


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Posted: 10/7/2012 12:18:01 PM
I believe!!!! God is good...all the time!

For those who wonder why God would intervene in something small while so many suffer around the world...we do not know. We do know that God loves us all and calls everyone to salvation. He gives us free will in order that we may choose to love Him, but that also means we are free to choose evil, which is how sin and suffering came into the world. We cannot possibly understand God with our limited human minds. We like to make God fit our human idea of what God should be...a benevolent genie who grants our wishes. But God does not promise us our lives will be easy or happy or free of suffering. In fact, he says if we want to follow Jesus than we too must take up our cross. We are not meant for this world...we are meant for eternal life with Him, where we ARE promised happiness and peace beyond all understanding.

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Posted: 10/7/2012 12:22:10 PM
"This is the one thing I struggle the very most with when it comes to my faith. I do believe in God, but I don't think I believe that "he" grants miracles to some and not others. I will also admit that it kind of rubs me the wrong way when someone gets that miracle and then says "Oh, God is so good and loves me sooo much! I'm so blessed!" It makes me wonder if those who don't get that miracle are less loved by God, less blessed, if that make sense.

I could go on and on about this subject, but I won't. LOL"
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Yea, that is pretty much me. I mean, YAY for those that find peace and stuff with thinking God did THIS or that. But to explain away all the bad stuff with, we arn't meant to know how or why...or it's bigger then us..seems...lame? or not enough for me, to believe. KWIM?
I mean..who's to say that doesn't explain that god DOESN'T do those things?






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Posted: 10/7/2012 12:31:02 PM
I've heard a voice that told me to turn around before too.

No idea what it was, but it wasn't god. It was creepy.

I'm an atheist, but at the time that I heard it, I was a Christian, but I didn't identify it with god. I thought it was a demon or something.

But I don't believe in those either anymore. So no idea what it was.

My situation was that my mom's and grandma's wedding rings had gone missing. They had been missing for like a month. I'd scoured EVERYWHERE every day looking for them and was exhausted. I'd searched my house, my car, the store where I worked, etc.

I was at the store that afternoon, said to my co-worker, "That's it. I give up. 'They' can keep them." (At the time I thought it was demons hiding my things from me. )

As soon as I said that, I walked around the counter to leave. I'd gone like 3 steps and this CREEPY voice said, "TURN AROUND".

I turned around and the rings were lying there in front of me on the floor.

Effing creepy as hell.




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Posted: 10/7/2012 12:46:14 PM


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Watch your thoughts; they become words.
Watch your words; they become actions.
Watch your actions; they become habits.
Watch your habits; they become character.
Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.
Lao Tzu (604 BC - 531 BC)
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