I had to write this letter after we talked earlier; I was so moved by the depth of your
kindness. In addition, a very strange phenomena happened to me. While you were
praying for me, I began to shake. After we finished talking I continued to shake for
a while. I felt I had all this bottled up energy, and nowhere to place it. This is probably
not too surprising to you after what I've read about your life and your experiences,
but I have never experienced anything like it and had to share.
A while later I began to cry because I don't think anyone has ever asked to pray for
me. In addition, I'm unused to receiving such kindness that does not ask to be
reciprocated, merely given. Both your request and the act of praying moved me
I consider myself very blessed that I have a job where I can openly discuss religion.
In California, many people scoff at religion, and I feel very lucky that I can connect
with people such as yourself, especially since to you the Holy Spirit is very much
real and easy to witness. I have noticed this in my life as well, but I have not been
able to freely talk about the power of prayer and holy miracles. So thank you for
breaking the ice; I feel so blessed. I hope you're having a great week; I'm enjoying
reading your book!