My Wedding Ring Found!
By all accounts, had this happened a year ago, I would have been done for. Last night, I placed my wedding ring in a kitchen towel. This morning it was nowhere to be seen. I went cold when I remembered that I had dusted the kitchen towel over the balcony in my apartment and that my ring was probably my neighbour’s garden down below. But the thing was, we could not find it.
My first instinct was to declare that the ring would be found. I refused to get all negative about it. But I was also late for an appointment and so I did not have any time to look for it. I left the house and as I walked to my car, I found an R10 note lying perfectly flat in a parking space next to my car. My car was, for the first time, parked in a visitors bay and not in my bay which was 100 meters away. I rejoiced as it was a sign. I refused to worry and I kept up my attitude of belief.
My husband messaged me later to say he still had not found my ring in the garden below. I was convinced it was in my house and not in the garden. I still kept my belief that it would be found and I imagined holding it in my hand.
The next thing that happened was that my husband texted me a photograph of my ring in his palm and of him being in the garden down below!!
Here’s the most amazing part: The tenant from the apartment below had always been unfriendly. He walked onto his balcony 20 minutes after my husband had been looking for the ring and instantly found the ring in the same place that my husband had looked. The neighbour also told my husband that he used to be a thief and stole from a particular race group. No idea why he needed to confess but in that moment he chose to do the right thing and return my ring. My husband says he believes my ring was found earlier that morning and the man just pretended to find it so he could return it to us. Also, the trajectory of where I dusted the kitchen towel, did not match where my ring was found.
So many miracles played out here. One was my ring being found andalso it was found by a person making the decision to be honest.
To to just say that I am grateful does not suit the emotion I have. I am in wonderment. Thank you, thank you, thank you Father God for looking after this desire to have my treasure returned to me.