I was recently reminded how often I was helped when I desperately needed it. In my twenties, I was far more spontaneous and reckless, as I did things without thinking about the consequences. For example, there was a time I met up with a friend in Europe, and we decided to travel to Greece.
I was expecting some money to come through from some agency work, but I left for Greece ahead of my friend. The plan was that she would collect my money and meet up at a location we picked out on a map of the Greek Island Crete.
The Old Days Were Different
In those days, credit cards were not a thing, and neither was the internet. So we discovered the location by selecting it on a map. But, unfortunately, we didn’t realise it was a tiny little Greek village with limited transport, and it took over a couple of days to get there.
On my route there, I met some Australian girls on a bus, and we chatted for a bit and parted ways. Later that day, I was walking on the beach, the halfway mark of my travels to the little Greek village, searching for a place to stay for the night.
I Slept On The Beach
I sat on the white sand, feeling scared and lonely at the thought of spending an entire night alone on the beach. I pleaded to God for help and then got up to walk further along the beach when I spotted the Australian girls I had met on the bus. They also decided to camp on the beach and welcomed me to spend the night with them.
When I finally arrived at the location, I waited until my friend arrived with my money. There were no mobile phones, so I trusted she would find her way despite the village’s remote location and limited transport options.
A lovely Old Greek Lady
Again, I was taken care of, and a lovely old Greek lady who didn’t speak a word of English offered me a small hut to stay in. I promised her I would pay when my friend arrived with my money which she did around 4 days later.
So many times, I got help when asked. This concept leads me to a recent video of Rev Michael Beckwith. He clarifies the laws of getting help. He tells it in a story that goes like this:
Rev Michael Beckwith: “I remember a few years ago; I was in Costa Rica. I got caught in a double riptide, and I couldn’t get out of it. I was exhausted, and I drifted way out into the ocean.
My daughter and I were the only ones on the beach; there was no one to ask for help. So as I drifted out to sea, she became like a little ant on the beach.
Was This My Last Day?
I remember going underwater, swallowing a lot of water. I wondered if this was my last day on the planet as I hadn’t had any prophetic dreams about this.
I didn’t feel that it was my last day. Then I suddenly popped up from the water, and the words that came were not even a conscious thought. It just came out of my mouth that I needed some help. I needed some help.
Asking for Help
I asked for help out loud in the ocean, then programmed my mind. I said regardless of how tired the body gets; I won’t give up.
So I started swimming into the sides of the waves. It took me a long time, but I finally got in. So, obviously, I’m here with you.
Back In LA
When I arrived back in Los Angeles, I talked to a friend who is a medium. I told her about the experience, and she asked if she could “see” what happened.
I said go right ahead. Then she said, “Oh, you asked for help”. I said I did and that it just popped out of my mouth. She said the moment you asked for help, an archangel gave you three waves, and that’s what happened.
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