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Just in case, you can email me at the address listed on the website. Our spiritual lives are precarious and take courage. I look forward to further contact with you. Meanwhile, be well!

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Alex January 5, Professor Martin, I would love to discuss things with you over email. It seems as though I cannot email you through the website, however; the addresses that are on the website are to publishers and salesmen. You are of course free to use my email address. Jesse December 12, Reply. I was I had prayed every night that the Lord would save my soul.

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I was raised in an old Baptist country Church and had prayed this prayer every night from my youth up routinely. That night was no different as I started to say my prayer ,as soon as the word soul came out of my mouth , the Lord God Almighty who hung the moon and stars overshadowed me whith his Spirit. It was the most fear I have ever felt in my life.

I did not have to go to my mother or father. I knew who it was. He did not save me that night but condemned me. I new that night I was lost and if I died would lift my eyes in hell. I remember going to the bathroom and staring at myself in the mirror knowing something had changed while my heart was pounding out of my chest. The feeling that had hit me I cannot describe other than a fire I had never experienced and a rushing of every nerve on my body. I new I was in trouble but did not exactly no what to do.

All I kept seeing was getting back to my church. That Sunday I was brought to my church as always.

I Was nervous and could not get comfortable, at the end of the service when the preacher opened the Church for membership by letter or experience of Grace. The church begain to sing and the Lord returned onto me and I took one step towards the ile to join the Church and in that first step the Lord saved my never dying soul. I had the greatest peace I have ever felt.