October 10, 2018 Houston area, TX
During a very difficult time, I walked over to say a prayer at the hospital
chapel. I stopped to kneel before I approached the front pew and altar. As I got closer, I noticed that something
very beautiful was happening. On the floor and in mid-air, there were designs forming, I thought from the sun shining
through the windows. I sat and prayed with my eyes open so I could absorb the beauty before me.
I also took photos of the windows that the sun was shining
through. They were equally as special, I thought. It was not until I said my prayers, lit candles with my beloved
who is ill, and went home, that I opened the photos up to share it with a few friends. It was then that both myself
and Someone noticed that perhaps we were not alone in that chapel. Perhaps, just perhaps, you will see what we see!
I can tell you firsthand that we are never alone and that our prayers are heard.
Too often, I have had amazing personal experiences but this is
the first time that I've ever been able to photograph one as special as this.
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about this pic and have created a special Guest Book below for all to read. IF you live in the Houston area or plan
to visit, you can email me for the location of this chapel if you want to go visit, too: email@example.com
Remember, how much you are hurting or how things "seem," walk by faith and not by sight AND remember you
are never, ever alone.
God bless you. Truly.
For those who may need or want to
see the glass panes that the sun was shining through, I took photos of them to show you.
This was under the cross.
There were absolutely
no glass panes with faces or people, or photos or people or paintings or drawings with faces of any type in the entire chapel.
Please leave your comments in the Guest Book below.
We'd like to know if you see what we see...or maybe something else?