The Divine Intervention

This is the very first book I wrote. My writing style has changed a lot since and you can see that in my blog posts. Put it still has a good theme behind it. It’s a beginner story that I finished in 2018. The ending is awesome and inspiring. It’s not a true story but rather part of my dreams over the course of a week.

I wrote this book because of some dreams. Initially when I started to dream up this book, I dreamed it over several nights. In my dreams, I would start off right where I had ended the night before. Which most people would find to be very odd, but I think it was all God’s doing. His purpose and His will. Initially, I didn’t want to become a writer. I liked it, but I really didn’t see it as being important. I wrote many notes and kept them stored in my computer for a few years.

Life got in the way and I kind of forgot about writing. In between, I did take an online writing course which helped me a lot. In my mind, I was fighting God. I wanted to become who I wanted to become, not who God had in mind. I was also so afraid of failure that I didn’t even have the courage to start. God kept sending me messages. Several people along the way said, “Your a good writer and you should use your
gift.” One night in a dream, Jesus came to me. We were walking up steps that were up in the clouds. I could see the Earth below me. The steps were made out of rock and on top of them was dirt and grass. They were all perfectly arranged. Jesus told me, “Write the book. You will name it: The Divine Intervention.” So, I didn’t name the book. He did!

Once He was finished talking to me at the top of the stairs, I could see a gate. I believe it was the gate to Heaven. He softly swooshed me back down to Earth. Like I floated down and seen everything as a sky jumper out of a plane would. I knew what God wanted. I started writing the book, but I still was not happy. I still wanted to do my own plans.
One day, I was watching a Christian movie. In the movie, Paul (the apostle) kept telling his visitor to write down his preaching. It finally occurred to me how important writing was. If there weren’t writers, we wouldn’t have the Bible. So, I became more passionate about it. I realized that I actually enjoy it. I also love to read now as well. I finally surrendered to God and said, “Your purpose and will be done.”

This book also touches on many points of my life from past experiences, which enabled me to tell you more in depth what the character was feeling and thinking. I was able to relate in so many ways. As I became closer to God, I could hear him and what He wanted me to say. I knew the ending of the book, but as I became closer to the end, God told me the best way to end it. This story has to deal with a lot of things that are currently happening in this world. It points out things that are happening that we don’t always understand and wonder, “Why?” It discusses the modern age and how
it hasn’t always helped us. This story goes into many depths of life. Which include: bullying, depression, self-harm, suicide, feeling suicidal, parenting, schooling, atheist, becoming a Christian, religion, technology, that there is help out there, and ultimately working towards God’s purpose for our lives.

As I wrote it, I also referred to several Bible scriptures to help explain. I learned a lot myself writing this book. It really touched home for me. I hope it does the same for you, and helps open your eyes and mind, to a brand new way of thinking. I learned that we do not exist for us but to share God’s grace and love. I learned that you maybe in the darkness now, but the key to remember is you don’t have to stay there. Maybe, if we all focused on our purpose from God as a very important job, everything would be so different in this world. Every life has struggles, and ups and downs. Life is a roller coaster and a journey. Your attitude towards life can make all the difference. If you look at life
in a negative way, that is all you will see. If you open your eyes, heart, and mind and try to see things in a positive way it can really change you. Life is a lot of what you make of it.

Published by Brenda Tschetter

I love to write inspirational and spiritual pieces that are full of encouragement and engaging. I write about real life events filled with emotion. I want to help and encourage all those who are struggling and in pain, who are suicidal, and fill them with hope. The good news. I love to cook and have a healthy cookbook available as well.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: