Above the Clouds

Recently, flying home from a trip, gazing out the window of the plane; couldn’t help being in awe of the miles and miles of the breath-taking view of the white, fluffy, ethereal clouds beneath the plane.  Couldn’t help thinking things like this must be what it’s like to be close to heaven, so peaceful, pristine, so beautiful.  There were miles and miles of clouds and that is all that could be seen for a while. 

     And then, strangely, it seemed as though the plane were standing still!  It was impossible to get my bearings staring at a cloud.  But it really seemed like we were standing still in a plane up there!  Then I was thinking, oh well, maybe we are going to die.  Wait a minute, I don’t think I am supposed to die yet!  I think there are more things for me to do!

     After this, I felt in a revelatory way some sort of “hurt” from childhood leave me. (That is the best I can explain it. I believe I got a “deliverance/ healing” up there!) Then a thick “peace” fell over me, heavily covered me. I was so peacefully, joyfully, happy.  I prayed, “God I never want to stop feeling this way!”  I have always had a lot of  nagging anxiety in my life unable to experience very much “peace”.  And when Christians said they had “peace”–  well, I could never quite get it!   

     I have noticed a huge difference in the way I react to hurtful issues since the healing experience on the airplane.  Nothing is hurting me so deeply or personally as before.  Also if I am hurt, I seem to get over it much more quickly.  So, I know that I definitely received a healing/deliverance up there!

     To top that off, the plane arrived to it’s destination one hour earlier than the scheduled time and when we left the airport one half hour late!  So, when I was telling my son about being seemingly stopped up there but getting back early.  He jokingly said, “Mom, don’t you know they stop for gas up there!”  And I thought about that for a half a second and then said, “They can’t do that up there!”

About gmarmeier

Have always enjoyed writing in journals. Wrote my book to share testimony experiences including the supernatural. Stories about being a caregiver, single parenting & living through abuse & dealing with grief. Successfully raised three wonderful children who are all married now and have six wonderful grandchildren.
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