How To Prove To Yourself We Live In A Simulation Programmed By Prayer

Posted on Jul 30, 2020

I’ve been witnessing a phenomena for months that I’ve concluded indicates we must live in a simulation programmed and manipulated by prayer spoken out loud.

I’ve been doing a lot more driving in congested metro areas and I’ve gotten in the habit of praying the morning before for special travel mercies while on these trips.

I ask God boldly to dispatch mighty angels to protect me in that day’s travels from accidents, mechanical problems, distracted drivers, drivers on their phones, drunk drivers, vaccidents, speed traps, police, COVID-19, flu variants, the spike protein shedding public, Antifa, BLM and evil in general and make the crooked path straight. In the name of Jesus Christ.

Try this and watch what happens.  I’ve witnessed dozens of coincidences and lucky breaks, parking spaces, no traffic coming when I’m turning left across traffic and at night oncoming traffic lighting up speed traps hiding in the median. I also regularly pull out of side streets onto what should be busy main roads that are deserted with no cars approaching from either direction. But the most interesting thing I noticed right away were the gaps in major highway traffic when I was merging at 65 to 70 miles an hour onto what should have been a busy expressway.

I would remember that morning’s prayer as I observed this favor and gaps in traffic over and over. Then my mind would reel thinking about how many details and controlled lives in time and space it took to manage traffic around me.  But this happens so often now after prayer that morning that I’m more convinced than ever before that we live in a simulation that we can control (program) with prayer spoken out loud.

This prayer for special travel mercies is like a hedge of protection, like programming in this simulation we call reality.

IMPORTANT: I don’t believe God hears this prayer if you’re connection has been dropped by sin.  Travel mercy prayers need to follow the Lord’s prayer where you’ve addressed:

And forgive us our sins; for we also forgive every one that is indebted to us. And lead us not into temptation; but deliver us from evil.

Pray then in this way … (Matthew 6:9 KJV)
When you pray, say … (Luke 11:2 KJV)


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