"So, I know that the scientific explanation for a rainbow is that when sunlight hits a rain droplet, some of the light is reflected, and because the electromagnetic spectrum is made of light with many different wavelengths, and each is reflected at a different angle, a spectrum is separated, producing a rainbow...I also imagine that this probably occurs frequently on Saint Simons Island, even though I've visited there many, many times in my lifetime, and have never seen a rainbow there...But it didn't rain a drop on SSI all day long on Saturday...Some time Saturday afternoon I messaged everyone who was attending the event that evening to give them an assignment of making a list of 11 things for which they were grateful, in honor of our 11th Meditation Weekend, and to share them with the group at our #sunsetmeditation...as the people started sharing their lists that evening, the presence of God/Spirit/Source/I AM/The Anointing became so obvious and heavy in the circle that we all felt it...all of a sudden, the biggest and most vivid double rainbow I've ever seen in my life appeared right above us, and remained for a while...the pics of it are awesome, but they don't do it justice...it's not over the top to say that it was staggeringly beautiful and simply breathtaking in person...some people might say it's a fluke that it happened, or was a natural phenomen, especially in a climate like that...but it appeared just as the words of gratitude were being audibly expressed, in exactly that spot, even though there had been no rain...In the 12th Chapter of John, an audible Voice from heaven confirmed Jesus' words about glorifying His Name...the scriptures say that some people in the crowd that He was addressing heard it, but others said it was just thunder, or an angel speaking...on the Day of Pentecost, Peter said that what was happening to the 120 in the Upper Room was a fulfillment of Joel's prophecy...other people said that they were just drunk...Einstein said, “There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”...for me, this was a bona fide miracle, and I think I can speak for everyone who witnessed it firsthand that they feel the same way...Some people who see these pics may say that the appearance of the rainbow was simply a fortunate coincidence from Mother Nature - being in the right place at the right time...others will say that it is God's confirmation, in an homage to the Noah story...those of us who were in that circle at exactly that time know exactly what it was..."
Monday, August 9, 2021
MEDITATION WEEKEND XI - Saint Simons Island - August 8/7,8/21
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