Miracles are Everywhere: Part Two: Seek and You Will Find

God is so generous. I received more synchronicity gifts yesterday :). These gifts are again so attuned to me that I have no doubt that they’re from God. There’s an outdoor free library stand by my neighbor’s house just a block away and I found: 1) a book about how Jesus was referenced in the Old Testament as Yeshua. In Korean, Jesus is called Yesu/Yesu(nim) it sounds very similar to Yeshua. 2) two biographies of Korean Christians 3) a book about male/female communication which might help me to not fight with my child’s father 🙂 4) a couples devotional book to give to my niece who’s newly married (I didn’t include that photograph).

My gifts from Jesus 🙏💖🤗 I’ve never heard of these titles/people but after skimming through, these books are a rare and awesome find. They’re old but in perfect condition, written in the 80s (my generation).

Miracles don’t have to be dramatic, they can be simple but still very impressively effective. There aren’t that many Koreans living in my neighborhood or Christians in the SF Bay Area in general, (I hardly see any churches) so these books are a Wow find. This is exactly what I meant in the Miracles part one post, God will give you what you need even before you ask, perhaps even before you know what you need. God is very intimate in His care of us, unmistakably specific. 🙏✝️💖

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    1. I love synchronicities, the books are sweet, about Christians helping orphans in Korea (I think orphans used to be shunned in Korea but now there’s more compassion), thank you Sue Dreamwalker ❤️

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      1. There is no doubt about spell casting, wait till what’s been occurring in Disney comes to light.
        Hollywood, as you probably know name means what a magic wand is made from , in which spells are cast… Casting-actors!.
        This Next Luna Eclipse will reveal more and more..

        Sending love and well wishes… 💕

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  1. Wow.

    That is amazing, Judy.

    Miracles at work.

    That’s fascinating that Jesus is Yesu in Korean.

    When I attended a Spanish language Evangelical church when I lived in a northeast Calgary neighbourhood Jesus was pronounced Ye-sus (Phonetically sounds like Yay-zeus).

    When I lived briefly in a room in a trailer in a trailer park from December of last year until mid-February of this year, I attended a Vietnamese Catholic Church that was only a block away.

    There Jesus in Vietnamese was called Chua Giesu (Giesu is very similar to Yesu in sound).

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