The White Cloth

Written by Sister Brenda Dominguez on Wednesday, April 23, 2014. Posted in Miracles

The White Cloth

Today's experience, related by Sister Brenda Dominguez is about the comfort God provides while we're waiting to have our prayers answered. When we are struggling with His timing and His plan for us, He does not leave us alone.

I woke up one morning exhausted after a long night of crying. I had a massive headache, and I still felt discouraged and broken from the things that I'd been battling against. As I continued to feel broken and cried inside of me, I asked the Lord to help me.

He gave me a vision in which I saw the tip of a white cloth whiter than the whitest cloud I have ever seen. He reached and touched under my left eye as if He were wiping the tears away. He did it several times, wiped from my inner to outer left eye.

I was in complete awe, amazed by His great love toward me.

I felt so small, and before I could think of how unworthy I am of His touch, He reached out and again touched me with the tip of this white cloth, wiping the tears away from under my right eye. I stood still and amazed as I counted how He did this seven times.

God truly is amazing!

I want to share this experience with you to honor and glorify God. I am no one special. I am just an ordinary person, and I feel unworthy of His unconditional love and touch. I know that I am not the only one struggling or battling with things in life, and the things that I battle against may not be as significant as the things that others may be battling against. But God is good and He knows what we all go through and are dealing with, and He responds when we ask for His help when we just can't handle it anymore. He will truly never leave you or forsake you.

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  • Teri-Lyn Tunno

    Teri-Lyn Tunno

    23 April 2014 at 21:17 |
    How truly amazing!! I loved hearing how God was there for you that He blessed you with such a precious vision!! I think that would have made me cry even hard but a different cry; one of being so touched by God's love. You would have no doubt that God is aware of your situation. I hope things are much better now. May you continue to feel God's blessings!!

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