One thing is for certain, there’s a place called heaven waiting for those who believe in Jesus Christ. It’s where my parents, my aunt, and an old friends mom call home. They made it, they’re with the lord, I know this because they all visited me after passing on. Before, and during my journey with the Lord I had many unusual occurrences in my life with all of these loved ones. I want to share with you two more true heartwarming stories about my mom letting her presence be known to me, and my brother.
I kept my mom’s, and dads obituary on the wall at the foot of my bed. So I could see it when I wake up every morning, sort of like a comfort thing. It was the middle of the night, and I got up for a potty break. I scaled the wall in the dark as my guide when I inadvertently knocked my mom’s obituary off the wall. I saw that it was hers in the dark, and said sorry mom.
I was so tired, and sleepy that I just left her obituary on the floor, and jumped right back into bed. I said I’ll pick it up in the morning. I should have just picked it up right then, because I know my mom. She wasn’t to happy about me leaving it on the floor all night. And wouldn’t you know it, the next morning her death date had fallen in the lottery. All I could do was laugh, because she was letting me know that it was unacceptable to leave her obituary on the floor all night.
On this next occasion, I had felt my mom’s presence around me for a couple of days. I had already alerted my friend to her presence. Mind you that I still have many of her old lottery tickets, that I kept after her death. One of her numbers had fallen that second morning, before I went out to run some errands.
While in the store one of my brothers called to say that he had dreamt, about our mom the previous night, and it involved him, and my step-dad. I laughed, and said I already know, because she’s been around me for a couple of days now. I told my friend about the call from my brother, and he just laughed, because I had told him the previous day that I felt my mom’s presence around me. The next morning my moms death date had fallen in the midday lottery, go figure.