God, The Super Hero

This is an addendum to my post from last week, “Ding Dong, The Demon Fled”.

So in typical Susan fashion, I over think the whole demon extrication incident.  Which, to be fair to myself, this is a little outside the bounds of what occurs in the typical day of anyone, so I can’t beat myself up too badly about how I went running to God in a tizzy…

Me:  God, are you kidding me???  Okay, I am super thankful that you pulled that demon out of my step daughter, but still it makes me scared.

God:  Of what?

Me:  Well, I’m thinking if I keep going around blabbing about and writing about and bragging about You, then the devil is going to start torturing people I love.  I think he was warning me.   God, I saw him, he made me see him, because he wants me to shut my big mouth up about you.  I don’t care if he smacks me around, but….

God:  Hush a minute.  I already know what you were about to say.  Listen to me.  That was NOT a demon you saw Wed. night!!!

Me:  Oh, wow!  So a demon didn’t come out of her… Now I feel like such a fool…

God:  Hush.  A demon did come out.  But it had been in there long before you were blabbing about me, and it had nothing to do with you.  Everything isn’t all your fault.   I want you to stop thinking that way.

Me:  So are you telling me that blue, swishy, vapory thing that I saw when my husband fell back and the pastor fell on the floor was a figment of my vivid imagination.

God:  Get your Bible and open it for me.

I open the bible and read out loud.  “The person who has My commands and keeps them is the one who [really] loves me; and whoever [really] loves me will be loved by My Father, and I [too] will love him and will show (reveal, manifest) Myself to him.  [I will let Myself be clearly seen by him and make Myself real to him.]  John 14:21 (Amplified Version)

Me:  That Blue Thing was You?

In my mind at the moment, I envisioned a cartoon Superman coming and going and I am seeing that swish of power that both precedes and proceeds his presence.

God didn’t have to say another word, but He did.

God:  That was deity that you saw.  Do you really think that the first time that I would let you see into the spirit realm, that it would be evil that I would allow you to see?  I knew that would freak you out too much.  But you may see it someday; but where you see the manifestation of evil, you call on Me, and I will show up.  And you will know that I am there because now you know what “It” looks like!

Oh, yes I do!!!   It looks like the Power behind a Super Hero.  And God had me open my Bible again, “And I will set My face against them; they shall go out from one fire and another fire shall devour them, and you shall know (understand and realize) that I am the Lord, when I set My face against them.”  Ezekiel 15:7 (Amplified Version).

I don’t know about you, but I intend to live in this world brave and courageous, because I can!!!  Because I can walk through the evil parts of the world and I can encounter evil people, demons even, because I am walking with, and holding hands with my Father, His Son, and a Super Hero, I mean the Holy Spirit…

“I shall fear no evil”!

Live boldly and unafraid.  May God’s blessings rain on you with abundance!!

About whatafriendwehave

I'm a 48 year Christian with a fervent desire that everyone would experience the treasure and miracle of walking hand in hand with God, all day, every day. I want everyone to hear His voice and to experience the reality that I have been so blessed to come into, "living on Earth as it is in Heaven". This is what God wants for us all...
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3 Responses to God, The Super Hero

  1. Stacey Blubaugh says:

    I wondered! 😉 I love your conversation with God. I would be willing to bet you talk just as frank with your kids.

  2. A good, and challenging post. Having God as your friend has many benefits. He just wants to talk to us and make Himself know to all His people.

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