A SCARY FUNERAL EXPERIENCE

A SCARY FUNERAL EXPERIENCE

When l was about nine years old, my father forced me to go with him to the funeral of a friend of his, that I didn’t know. When we got there, I stayed in a corner waiting for time to pass by.

Then a man approached me and said, “Enjoy life boy, be happy because time flies. Look at me now…. l didn’t enjoy it.” He then passed his hand over my head and left.

My father, before leaving, forced me to say goodbye to the dead person. When I looked in the coffin, l was startled that the man who was talking to me when l was in the corner was the same man in the
coffin!

For several years later, I was not able to sleep properly. With repeated nightmares and psychological disorder, l was terrified of being alone. l visited many psychologists. I didn’t turn off the light at night and several other turmoil that l had to endure throughout my adolescent years.

Years later I discovered something incredible that changed my life. . . . .

That dead idiot had a twin brother!

Moral: Not all supernatural encounters and spiritual experiences are genuine. Some have a down-to-earth explanation.

At the same time not all supernatural encounters and miraculous interventions are fake either, for there are those who have shown hospitality to strangers, who have later discovered to have entertained angels unawares.” [Heb 13:2]

Will be sharing some posts on Angels and demons soon.
Have a blessed weekend and a fruitful week ahead.

Love ❤️
Brother Mike

2 thoughts on “A SCARY FUNERAL EXPERIENCE

    • Thank you for your kind words my dear Sister. I always praise God for you and the encouragement that you are to me in my work. I might yet return to post on facebook in a while. Right now I am catching up on some theological volumes that I had left unfinished and some old mail that needed attending. I do remember your family and you in my personal prayers. With much love. . . . Thy Brother for whom Christ died – Brother Mike.

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