About a year ago, I prayed that God would bring a woman into my life. Someone like me, with similar challenges. Although we really did love each other, the relationship was painfully dysfunctional and ended after 10 months when Susan died in hospital due to having attempted suicide. (She was schizophrenic and improperly medicated). She awoke once out of her medically induced coma and I visited her at the hospital. Susan had had a tracheotomy performed on her to save her life. She'd swallowed all of her pills and had aspirated vomit into her lungs, which contributed to her death.I'm sure he can hear any plea spoken out loud. I doubt he can read minds. But even if he can, you are entrusting your prayer and the issues about which you pray to God. I don't know how much freedom Satan is allowed in his attacks on us, but certainly he has no more freedom than God allows. Ultimately, God holds all the cards and we can confidently bring our concerns to Him.
Would you be interested in sharing what specifically has happened? I'm curious, but if it's something you'd rather not share, I don't want to pry.
Thanks, Kitty!Oh Theo Fane, I am so sorry for you. I know that doesn't help one bit! I truly believe that everything happens for a reason. You were brought into Susan's life for the sake of HER, not you - at this point in time. Hang in there. You seem like a good person and good things will come.
If your a mormon there is. But no, we will all be with God or we we wont.Thanks, Kitty!
I think I'll have many, many years to contemplate what happened to me in the summer of 2011. I may never get the answers I'm looking for until my life is over. And once my life is over, there's no guarantee I can lean on that says I'll see her again in the Kingdom of Heaven. I don't even have the certainty that there is a Kingdom of Heaven or a God who sits enthroned in the middle of it all. Is it possible that there are levels of Heaven, innmermost layers of Heaven for those who were closest to God in life? The first shall be last, and the last shall be first! Susan was definitely one of the last.
Sometimes it like the Holy Spirit is telling me what to write ....