Isn't it great for the Lord to reveal something to you? I was reading the Bible yesterday, because it was Sunday and I didn't get to go to church. So I just picked a part and turned to it. It was St. Luke, Chapter 9. I read about how the guy was running around naked and sleeping in tombs and how he was possessed by all these demons. Now, I have heard this preached on before, so I had known about it. But it wasn't until now that I could apply it to my own life. I used to be "running around naked" and "sleeping in tombs" because satan and his demons were driving me crazy. I couldn't make up my mind about anything, even the clothes I wore or whether I wanted to live in this house with my husband and daughter or live in the woods! I thought up some really crazy stuff! But ever since I woke up in the hospital, after I had almost died (from trying to commit suicide), I've felt like the Lord has finally got to those demons and drove them out of my body and mind. I can remember being so grateful to the Lord that I had awoken instead of died. I remember praying constantly, whenever I would wake enough to have a thought, thanking the Lord and asking Him to save my soul and forgive me for trying to taken my own life. I asked Him to please release me from whatever was making me feel and think the way I did. I've awaken with a whole new outlook! Everything is so much different than it used to be! It's kind of hard to explain. I don't even like to talk that much about how the old me was. The Lord has healed me! I am finally the wife and mother I've been wanting to be. I'm finally the person I've wanted to be! I just couldn't do it before because satan was hindering me! Thank the Lord I'm better now! Amen!
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