"I was at the front office desk of my Preschool doing paperwork. I felt compelled to stay there, even though I was meant to go for lunch. I just obeyed. A few minutes later, the Nursery Room teacher came rushing out to director's office next door to me holding a seizing infant. Holy Spirit told me what was happening and told me what to do. After leading the child and teacher back to her class, (long story short) I followed first aid procedure, but when I checked and saw he wasn't breathing, I placed him on his back. I was about to start CPR when Holy Spirit said not to because he was physically able to breathe but the seizure made his throat muscles lock up, and He showed me. I could feel his heart and was tempted to doubt and start, but He told me to put my hand on his heart and right hand, and to love and calm him. I felt Jesus look through me and into the child's s eyes (which were rolled back). I gently commanded him to breathe as I felt my spirit and Holy Spirit intercede for him (it's hard to explain the feeling). He stopped seizing and frothing, then expelled air and began to breathe after a few seconds of saying that. I smiled and said, "Hello there, it’s ok," then his eyes rolled back to normal. He slowly looked straight at me, and I could see peace in his eyes as his heart rate stabilized. He looked right through me, I'm sure he was seeing Holy Spirit's love through my eyes. Needless to say, my lunch break was spent doing a happy dance and praising God. I shared this with a Christian colleague, who had just left that same room, and we laughed at the enemy, and marveled at God's timing! The calmness I felt was Holy Spirit. A complete absence of fear, and peace that surpassed my understanding. To highlight the significance of this, my workplace is a Muslim workplace, and they got to see firsthand what the love of the Father, Son and Spirit looks like. The people around me kept wondering why I was so calm and smiled through the whole ordeal. That wasn't me they saw. They saw Jesus in me, and they witnessed the peace of the Holy Spirit." - Pamela
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