The following is an old but good story. The Rev. Joseph Wilkins died, an aged man, in 1800. He left this narrative, often printed; the date of the adventure is 1754, when Mr. Wilkins, aged twenty-three, was a schoolmaster in Devonshire. The ... Read more of The Dream That Knocked At The Door at Scary Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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God Is My Witness O People! I Was Asleep






God is My witness, O people! I was asleep on My couch, when lo, the Breeze
of God wafting over Me roused Me from My slumber. His quickening Spirit
revived Me, and My tongue was unloosed to voice His Call. Accuse Me not of
having transgressed against God. Behold Me, not with your eyes but with
Mine. Thus admonisheth you He Who is the Gracious, the All-Knowing. Think
ye, O people, that I hold within My grasp the control of God's ultimate
Will and Purpose? Far be it from Me to advance such claim. To this I
testify before God, the Almighty, the Exalted, the All-Knowing, the
All-Wise. Had the ultimate destiny of God's Faith been in Mine hands, I
would have never consented, even though for one moment, to manifest Myself
unto you, nor would I have allowed one word to fall from My lips. Of this
God Himself is, verily, a witness.





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