Who is His Girl

I am His Girl. I am simply a woman seeking to be more Christ like. He called me and claimed me at the age of four years old.His Girl

At the age of four while sitting in front of a 7-11 store in Longmont, Colorado God spoke to me. I was sitting in the front seat of my mom’s car and watching hundreds of birds playing in a weeping willow tree. The sound was reminiscent of children playing in a play ground. I was so delighted with their chatter, their laughter and their song. I can remember them as if it was yesterday. How much God must have loved that tree because it brought so much delight to those birds, his beautiful and amazing creation.

It was then that God spoke to me. He said, “I love you far more then that tree and those birds. I will always love and provide for you. You are precious to me.” I knew that God took care of the tree and the birds and he therefore would take care of me. I simply asked what must I do? He told me of Jesus’ gift. He told me all I needed to do was accept it. I then prayed the sinner’s prayer. I gave my life to Jesus.

I have been through much in this life but he has chosen to always provide. He has always kept his promise.

He will do the same for you. It is a simple gift given to those who do not deserve it. That is the beauty of this sacrifice.

If you would like to know this kind of love, pray this with me now.

Heavenly Father,

Thank you for the gift of your son Jesus Christ. I know I am a sinner. I know I do not deserve the sacrifice he made. I know that Jesus died on the cross for my sins. I know he rose three days later that I might live with him for all eternity. Lord Jesus come into my heart and be my Savior. I pray this in Jesus’ precious name. Amen.


17 thoughts on “Who is His Girl”

  1. David Gross said:

    very inspiring….You are a light to the world. There needs to be more people like you out there. maybe we should talk sme time. look me up if ya want. God bless!

  2. you’re writing a very inspiring blog. 🙂

    someone googled the phrase ‘stand in the rain superchick rape’ and got a hit for my own blog. i then googled the phrase myself out of curiosity for other hits this person might have had and happened upon your blog. your thoughts have me captivated and i want to keep reading. i am in a place of healing myself and your blog seems to be something that could help me through these dark times. so thank you for writing. 🙂


  3. You are doing a great work for the Lord, keep it up. As I read your writings, I see something from a heart that is in love with Jesus; shinning through. You may never know how many souls you touch, with what God has given you to write.
    May God bless you, more and more; with that which He has entrusted unto you.
    Your friend in Jesus, Matthew.

  4. Thank you for your inspiring writings. Even though a Christian for a long time, I find it hard to detach myself from the cold analytical IT work that I do all day.

    I just happened to click on the web link on the Spiceworks website and was very surprised when I got to your site.

    God Bless

  5. Hello His Girl,

    I think that I live close to where you grew up, I am in Loveland, CO.
    It’s funny though, I am far from where I grew up.
    My whole life these days revolves around the Lord Jesus, and I am constantly encouraging folks to go deeper with Him. For years I was involved in churches where nobody acted as if the Lord was real, or alive, there was lots of talk, but it always seemed so shallow. Well I am glad to report that that is behind me.

    Blessings to you, His Girl


    • Thanks Nathan. Nothing like a real relationship with Jesus. Thanks for sharing.

    • Isaiah M Johnson said:

      The thing is HE BECOMES MORE REAL EVERYDAY IF NOT EVERY TIME HE COMES TO EACH AND EVERYONE OF US, HE becomes that much more abroad in your heart until you see HIS FACE. “Seek HIS FACE” I believe that is what it means. Run the good race “The race is not to the swift but to those who endure” and we have everything we need to finish.

  6. AMEN precious!!! Because I found Him so late in life— it still wound up perfect in other terms— perfect timing for my precious daughter to grow up from 1 1/2 at Cornerstone- learning the Gospel- His love for her, for me, for us all–thru ALL circumstances. And she is a little evangelist!! One who has spoken His truth loud since 2–and still does today!!! That is how I love Cornerstone– makes us as a whole-when we feel the Holy Spirit–know that we ARE TO GO OUTSIDE THOSE FOUR WALLS—and share His Word- in all different ways!!! Ways that comfort, ways that help, ways that uplift, ways that awaken—and do not make them run away– make them want to hear more!!! And it is an amazing feeling!!! Was when I heard it there– and thru my first friend I spoke to– and is today- reaching to the lost. You have such a heart– a heart on fire for Him… and that is what we are here for!!! AMEN!!!! Would love to meet you sweet one!!! Blessings– keep your spirit as lifted thru Him–as it is now– He just has more coming your way!!! ((HUGS))
    In His Love,
    Heather Siebens @AliveinMe @EpilepsyCures

  7. Hey Sister Love your picture! the elements pertray great simulairaty to a picture i use in a loss and recovery group. anyway i think its cool and God inspired! Would like to hear more about it if you dont mind. Sorry about this e-mail IM JUST GETTING use to a computer and have a hard time rembering where the letters are .IM starting to e-mail alittle but find it very time consumering and im horrible at spelling.Well PRAISE GOD ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE! DAVE

  8. Im still interested in hearing about your picture I find it very inspiring and would like words to bring the picture to life! We all travel on a journey, often unsure where we are headed.Sometimes we feel we travel alone.Often It was not clear and I could not see, even when the fog had cleared!Ive crossed bridges that only took me to another place! IVE had purpose and perhaps direction as well, but found that how I focused affected me to the core! I see there is no-one! before me in this picture traveling the path Im on! but in the stillness I see, some-one made this path to travel, this bridge to cross ,if I choose………. So I stop and pause, its more clear to me (We are Never Alone) Loss and Recovery effects everyone!ACCEPTANCE!!! Has changed the World I Live in ,the way I see, myself and others! dave

  9. Hi Dave. Are you referring to the picture on my home page? I wish I could take credit for it but I can’t. I am just blessed to use it to pictorially communicate what I am saying through my words. Bravo with all you have learned through this God given journey called life. I find this journey hard, easy, fun and well no so fun but I am never alone. My savior is there guiding, directing and even carrying me.

  10. I’m a designer, too. I use a PC by day and head home to Mac I guess ultimately I just like the Macintosh because I can appreciate the design and I don’t have any issues performing tasks that I might otherwise do on a PC. Besides, I just get personal satisfaction (that sounds bad) when I work on it. That could be due to me spending long hours on a PC daily where I’m more likely to run into problems. Obviously both have their own type of problems, but Macs seem easier to fix to me. Anyway, I’m particularly interested in the development of Boot Camp because I don’t think people should necessarily be tied to several machines if one can do it. Keep up the interesting posts. I’m enjoying your blog.

  11. Lezah Bell said:

    I wept reading your testimony.. it reminded me of my 1st encounter with the Lord. I was 5 and i was crying because i could not find my shoe and didnt want to be late for school. I prayed and I heard His voice tell me where it was. I began to talk to Him Every day. I could not wait to get home and close the bedroom door to talk to him. I am 52 years old now. Still walking with and talking to the Lord. Still searching His word.. still learning.. still growing. Thank you for this web site. Its been a wonderful inspiration to me today.

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