I'm a Christian and I'm not dead. I am alive.
Today I'm going to share with you two discoveries. To my surprise the computer knows a lot about me and a lot about you.
Discovery #1. A Christian Promotional Company found out I'm a Christian and sent me an email about an upcoming Christian movie.
How did their computer know I was a Christian? I got curious so I read to the end to find a contact.
I did find the contact person and sent an email to ask how they got my email address. My inquiry went deeper than that. I believe in ASK and you shall receive.
They sent my email to their department head because I went and checked out their website.
This company sends out books to churches. SO I asked for some books too.
Guess what? They sent 2 books to me for a special occasion we were having. I was impressed. I called to thank them for going out of their way to send those books and I also asked them to pray for the special occasion we were having.
Have you ever taken the time to take the extra steps to figure something out? Something that intrigued you? Something you don't normally do?
Well the extra mile I went this time turned into a double blessing. I got the free books and they're also looking for people to read books and write comments after they've been read. I enjoy reading so I just might sign up.
The special occasion we were having was a CELEBRATION of courage. The family whose loved one we were honoring on her cancer journey took the books and the memories of a lovely evening home with them.
Discovery #2 The world wide web knows more about me and more about you - than we think!
The Christian company went online and found my email address from a speakers directory. So I went online and looked me up. This time I was shocked !!! Google thinks I'm dead. Why does Google think that? You're wondering, right? There are people who go around taking photo's at cemeteries.
If your name is on a tomb stone guess what? They think you're dead. It's called Billion Graves. The worlds largest resource for searchable GPS cemetery data!! Now ya know it too!
I'd say most people get a tomb stone after their loved one dies. After my father passed away we chose to buy a plot and a tomb stone so our children would not have to do that. It is extremely overwhelming burying a loved one. We thought we'd simplify things a bit for them. They're not interested right now, but when the time comes they will appreciate what we did.
Google I'd just like you to know that I am more alive NOW than when i was dead - yet walking!!!!
Thanks be to the man who walked on water. You've heard of him, right? His name is Jesus, I call him My Big G. You can discover hope and healing at MyBigG.com