My Adventures with God Essay

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Adventures with God
Real Life
Inspirational
Stories

37

Allan David Weatherall

Contents
Introduction:.......................................................................................... i
Chapter 1: Random Acts of Kindness....................................................1
Chapter 2: What is Eritrea? . ............................................................... 4
Chapter 3: The Power of Faith & Hope ............................................. 11
Chapter 4: Hey, Chuck Norris! . ........................................................ 14
Chapter 5: We’ve Been Expecting You! ............................................ 18
Chapter 6: On the Road to Jerusalem ................................................ 24
Chapter 7:
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It’s a collection of true accounts of inspirational events from my own life and walk with God as I have travelled around the world. It is my prayer that these experiences will inspire and convict you to seek God in your own life and to share God’s love with the people around you. The Lord is wonderful.
There are many other stories that I would love to tell – some of which I cannot tell because those stories would infringe upon the privacy of other people. But if you like this book, please contact my publisher and tell him! More Adventures with God is just waiting to be written!
- Allan David Weatherall

II

Random Acts of Kindness
South Melbourne, Australia

April 1983: I was driving along Clarendon Street in South
Melbourne on my way to Castlemaine to visit my parents. As I stopped at a traffic light I noticed a man lying on a bench seat on the footpath beside the road. It was early evening and by his rough appearance and the fact that he was holding a bottle wrapped in newspaper confirmed my immediate suspicions — he was a drunk.
As soon as I saw him I felt a twinge of compassion towards him. But like so many other people, I had other places to be and other things to do. As I watched I saw two policemen approach and instantly I felt relieved. After all, it was their responsibility to clean up the streets and make sure men like him got a chance to be somewhere safe for the night. As I sat waiting for the traffic lights to

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