Little Girl in White Dress Facing Light

The Vision of the Little Girl in White with Christ

Hi, my name is Phyllis and I’m 17 years old. I don’t really know how long I have been a Christian, but I’d like to say since my water baptism in 2014. What I want to share in this testimony is a dream.

I don’t know what particular day or time but when I was a little girl, 5 or 6 years old, God gave me a vision. I was in a white dress and standing opposite me was Jesus, also in white clothing. There was no sound just this kind of quiet peace. Being a little girl, I always retold this vision or what I thought was a dream, depicting Jesus and I holding hands and playing ringa rosy.

When I look back to that vision today, I remember seeing an outside perspective of a little girl (me) lost in the beautiful peace of being with Christ. The feeling never left me. The amazing feeling of contentment and resting, ‘surpass all understanding’ type of peace. The atmosphere heightened that feeling of real, everlasting love I felt in holding Christ hands. It was pure white but with golden light. The last moment I shared with Christ was when I looked into his eyes and the light shone through his face, kind of blinding my sight of him.

At this stage in my life, I feel like I am having doubt about God and the peace he has promised me according to his Word. I am not sure though if that dream was meant for this time in my life. With University and work and reality, I don’t really know what I want. Even more, what my purpose really is in this life.

Please, if anyone has any interpretations to add on this vision please comment your thoughts.

In ending, I know Christ should be the apple of my eye in this short life. Christ is the answer. God is my purpose. And, the Holy Spirit will help me reach my destiny as well for all those following Christ.

God Bless.


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