Like many of us today, Holly has been struggling with anxiety. This anxiety progressed to the point of causing tinnitus (a constant high pitched ringing in her ears). The constant noise was both debilitating and terrifying. Holly reached out to God by praying two Novenas: one to ask for healing, and another to thank God for His faithfulness believing the healing would come. The noise seems to progressively lessen the more she reaches out to God in despair.
One particular night, while asleep, Holly could see a green light to the left of her field of vision. She also witnessed herself looking at a picture of a winter scene that she had admired earlier that day. She thought it was beautiful, but not quite what she was looking for. As she admired the scene before her in the dream, she heard the words: “See it differently.” She must not have thought much of this in the dream because she heard it a second time the same night-minutes apart: “See it differently.”
As Holly relaxed in the bathtub the following day, she was reminded of the dream. She had been struggling with self-esteem and finding an internship for her new career that it had caused great worry and obsessive thoughts. As she pondered the words, “See it differently,” Holly realized that she had to let go of how she saw herself. Holly realized she had been carrying a great deal of blame and shame that she put on herself of where she thought she should be at this point in her life. As she pondered this, a warm peace washed over her. Later, while researching the green light she saw in the dream, she learned that the Archangel Raphael, whose light is green, assists God in answering prayer. Things are slowly getting better and Holly is finding peace as she sees things with a new perspective.
As we discussed this miracle I felt a slight heaviness on my heart. I could feel the shame still lingering. I said “Holly, you know God doesn’t look at you with shame. There is no condemnation in Christ Jesus. He loves you perfectly, he created you. I hope you see that differently too.” I felt a shift in her energy over the phone as she let out a sigh, “That is beautiful.” And I said “Yeah, it is. God is good and his love is so big and so wide dear readers we can’t contain it. I hope after reading this miracle we all throw off the shame and guilt that so easily entangles us and relish in the love God so freely gives. I hope Holly’s courage in sharing her story inspired you; it sure was a deep encouragement to me.
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