I hardly ever go to the grocery store anymore. The size of my family has shrunken dramatically, and I don’t need many items.
So I have become one of those at-home shoppers; I magically wait for my groceries to appear at my front door. I may be a bit off, but the last time I stepped foot in a grocery store was two months ago. I used to shop at Krogers religiously to take advantage of all the sale items. But like I said, I have very few people to feed now.
However, on this particular day, I decided to shake things up and go into Krogers to pick up a few items.
I had apples, oranges, bananas, yogurt, and milk. Then off to the checkout line, I went. But something pulled me to the baking aisle.
A lady walked by as I stood with my back towards the cake mixes, looking at the flour. She stopped and said, “Hello,” I said hello back with a smile.
She then turns to me and tells me this long, elaborate story about how she overpaid for apples the other day. But unfortunately, they were marked wrong at that particular store, so she decided to drive out of her way to a store she had never shopped at to buy apples.
Ironically she didn’t have any apples in her hand, and she said she was done shopping.
I knew this was more than about apples.
I stood there waiting for the conversation to turn into the unthinkable, and it did!
She’s from Germany and has only been a U.S. citizen for six years. Before moving here, she had been a politician her entire life and knew she needed a change. She longed to live in America and do something new.
She had a gut feeling that she needed to move with a sense of urgency, so she did. Many people tried their hardest to talk her out of moving to America. They told her what a huge mistake that would be, but she listened to her gut and moved anyway.
Shortly after moving, criminal charges were brought to her higher-up, and now he’s serving time in prison. As a result, everyone affiliated with him is suffering in one way or another, except for her.
She’s living life and enjoying every minute of it!
She touched my arm
When she was done telling me her story, she lends close to me, touched my arm, and said, “let your fear go, listen to your gut and stop doubting yourself; I know you believe in God, so it’s time to trust him completely.”
She then looked behind me and said, “oh look, German cake mix in a box.”
We both laughed, and she walked away.
I stood there for a second, wondering why I was in this aisle; I didn’t need anything. So I left in search of my new friend; I forgot to ask her what her name was.
I went to the register, but she wasn’t there, so I searched every aisle and still no her. As I walked to the car, I looked around the lot, and still nothing. When I closed my car door, my laughter took over.
God did it again. He sent me someone to remind me who I am and whose I am.
When God is in control of our destiny, there isn’t a thing we should fear. We are all capable of being exactly who we desire to be, but we must put in the work. It’s time to outwork everyone and step out on FAITH.
God has a plan; we just have to stop questioning it and stick to it!
Choose to do something that puts you ahead of the rest and listen to your GUT.
You could have chosen any blog to read, but you chose mine, and I’m honored!
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💕Touched By An Angel🤣
Keep on loving each other as brothers and sisters. 1 Don’t forget to show hospitality to strangers, for some who have done this have entertained angels without realizing it (Hebrews 13:1)
I love interacting with strangers. Especially when I know they are heaven sent.
That’s wonderful, Belladonna . Great message. Love how impactful a conversation with a stranger could be. Thanks for sharing.💕
Grace I love when things likee this happeneto me. I know it’s God talking to me and plus I enjoy listening to other people talk. So glad you like this.
Absolutely, me too. I don’t believe in coincidence and heavily believe in precise timing, so the fact that you were both there when you were, was for a reason.💕
Absolutely! I love experiences like that and I’m always better because of them. I wish I had remembered to ask for here name. I like to throw names in my prayers.
That’s sweet, you could always give her a name too.💕🙏💕
That’s such a good idea… I will!!!
Look at how God got her away from Germany, and that mess she could have been caught up in had she not listened and moved!!! Wild.
I always try my best to listen to my gut because I believe that’s the Higher Being telling me what to do.
But when I do decline, that’s when I regret it.
I know her entire story was so interesting. I love when people aren’t afraid to talk about God. Makes me feel so good and leads to meaningful conversation.
Don’t you just hate when you don’t listen to your gut. Life is to short, we have to listen!
Aww! Amazing share! Sweet and tender! L0VE it! Insiring! Being exactly like we want… Thank’s!!!
Thank you so much Elvira! I love when God sends two people in the same direction for a reason. Life is good! I hope you are having a great weekend.
Exactly! A pleasure always, Belladonna. Hope you as well a great weekend!
Belladonna girlfriend, that is one drop the mic moment. 🎤🎤🎤 Do you need more validation and proof? Like Nike says, “Just do it!” There are no coincidences! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
Amen sis!!! God is speaking to me and I aam here to listen. He has my full attention.
A remarkable incident.
It definitley was. Heer facee and words will be in my mind forever. I’m so grateful for her sharing with me.
I love grocery shopping, I may be the only guy on the planet that does, but the fresher the better…I always stay on the outside part of any grocery store, fruit, veggies, dairy, meat maybe….and yeah, sometimes my gut, but usually my heart works better, my gut occasionally has shit for brains….and yeah sometimes the heart gets broken, okay broken a lot, but it does keep me sane…
After 21 years of shopping nonstop, I’m over it it! I hate the grocery store. You’re not the only one with shit for brains… I can relate and it does lead to heartbreak.
I hope that you will never experience heartbreak again…I’m rooting for you!
What a wonderful story!
Thank you Dawn!