Want to convert people?: Pray!
I have a testimony to share here.
I doubted this power of prayer.
I prayed a lot and nothing ever
materialized. One day, years ago it
must have been 2008 or 2009, I
got angry with God and in reality I
mocked God and said to Him:
God if you exist, and if prayer works
then I will do anything for You if
you convert Ayaan Hirsi Ali to
It was for me like saying God please
make the color red into blue and make
the cows lay eggs and pigs fly.
Impossible! On purpose!
But I wanted to make clear for
myself and for Jesus that He was
impotent, or unwilling in doing
concrete things for me.
This woman was an ex muslim,
religion hater, declared atheist,
ex dutch polemic politician,
feminist and activist.
I asked the impossible.
So I continued and said to God:
I will waste one single hail mary
on this one.
So I said one Hail Mary for that cause
and forgot about it.
years later some hints that
this Hirsi Ali became Christian.
Not sure what moved her in
that direction, but even so she
claims to still be an atheist it
looks like she is not in the position
to shout Christ from the rooftops,
even so that may be what she wants.
She disguises the intentions with
logic justifications. I have no illusions
that her denial phase will ever crystallize
She has many followers of her kind
who pay her bills whom she does not
want to lose support from.
I am still perplexed, shocked and
in doubt if it would be the result
of one single Mocking Hail Mary?
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And for me. Every time I am not
able to do something for God that
I feel I should be doing better.
Then I feel... I don't know.
Unfortunately there are many other
things that I prayed a thousand
Hail Mary's for that never materialized.
And then one day I become angry.
I mock God, and boom. God acts.
Materializes an intention that
is most likely of no use for me
directly. But it could be important
for many other people.
My Jesus says to me: My God, the Father and I, ... we love everybody..., yes even the sinners. Be assured however that we are not in love with everybody. Therefore I ask you to question yourself: Is God in love with me?