The Missing Coin

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When my brother and I were very young children(this would have been back in the late ’60s early ’70s) my mom and dad had a gold coin that was worth a considerable amount. This coin came up missing. My mom and dad fought bitterly over this, my mom thinking my dad spent it. It was causing problems between them. During one afternoon my mom was on the couch in the living room. The door near the living room was open. Out of nowhere a little girl appeared at the door. She said nothing, opened the screen door and walked past my mom directly to the master bedroom. The whole time my mom is beside herself with the girl, continually asking her who she was and what she was doing. The little girl walked into the bedroom, walked straight to the big dresser, opened the sock drawer and reached into the back of the drawer and pulled out a single sock. She reached into the sock and pulled out a gold coin and laid it on the dresser. She walked past my mom saying nothing, she walked back out the screen door and was never seen again.

Oh how our precious Lord really does watch over us and care for our needs.

Shared by Mike (His Grace His Glory)

2 thoughts on “The Missing Coin

  1. I could be wrong but could this little girl be a cherub angel? I know it couldn’t of been a living being as they would always speak as the little ones do! That is such an amazing testimony. I love it when these things happen

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    • Hi Kim, it could be possible that this little girl was actually a child from Heaven on service for our Lord. When one is in service to Him, they are under the control of the Holy Spirit, and therefore will be quiet, if the Lord isn’t leading them to speak.

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