It Was Both Beautiful And Absolutely Amazing
November 20, 2008 12:15am CST
Tonight at Bible study, my pastor was coming to the end of his message and was preaching about the love and fellowship that we should have for each other in the church. All of a sudden, we heard the sound of a beautiful instrument in the background. Although, I did not know what it was called, I now believe that it is called a Bar Chime. The amazing part was that no one knew what made this instrument sound. There was no one back there, as you could plainly see the instrument. There was no breeze or anything. It scared the pastor so bad that he immediately stopped preaching and said, i am getting out of here. His nervous laughter was so cute. He did not leave though. His words were so filled with truth, that I believe that it was a conformation from the Holy Spirit and this is what I said out loud. I have never experienced anything like this in my entire life. I do not believe in ghost, probably because I have never seen one. But for some reason, when this happened, I felt so much peace. After the service, I had planned to talk to the pastor about the things that are going on where I live. I had to wait until the crowd died down, but we were finally able to go to his office. After we talked for a while, he prayed. While praying he said the most interesting thing. I do not remember exactly how he put it, but it was about him owning this place. The more I think about the possibility, the happier and more hopeful I become. I have really watched this pastor over the last five months or so, since I have been attending and he is a very genuine man of God. If he owned this place, it would be so wonderful. With the church right across the street. It would be a miracle, thank God that I believe in them. Have you ever had an experience similar to the chimes? How did you react?
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21 Nov 08
Surprisingly enough, it only startled me. I am the type of person who is scared of their own shadow, but it didn't spook me as much as it could have. I wouldn't mind having more experiences like that. Nothing had ever happened to me that I could not explain away before. I still want to find an explanation, but I believe that I can be content without one also.