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I've Seen God
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I've Seen God

Dodge and Jade discuss recognizing God in life

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- Okay. What's the first moment you can remember where you felt God in your life? - Ooh, actually, it's, I mean, it's easy. It's funny, I don't remember much about my early childhood or anything like that, but when I was 12 or 13 I was riding a bike home from school and I can remember that I was praying about something that probably wasn't that serious. It probably wasn't serious at all, and that we'd always sort of been taught to pray. And I believe you can pray anytime, anywhere. And I just remember this overwhelming sense of just joy, and that's the only way I could describe it. And it was so strong that to this day, I remember it. It was my first of what I would consider a spiritual experience, and maybe I've had less than, you know, maybe just a handful of those my whole life. So it was really important for me because I just felt like I wasn't alone, it wasn't just me, that there was somebody, something, you know, looking down on me. And in my Christian background, I mean I just understood that to be my Heavenly Father, you know? So that was it. - Okay. - [Interviewee] How about you? - First thing that comes to my mind, my whole life, I've been in and outta the hospital with a super bad autoimmune disease. Many, many doctors, tests and just a bunch of stuff and everything. And when I was about eight, I got really, really sick, probably the sickest I've ever been in my life. And I was in the hospital for a few weeks and my mom wanted have me have a blessing, you know, to try and just see what we could do. And when I was getting blessed, like I just had this overwhelming feeling of just emotion, like, that's the only way I can explain it. It was just such a surreal feeling, I've never felt anything like that in my entire life. And I was definitely like, there's no way that an eight year old felt like anything like that, besides just from God. Like, there's no way, like. Yeah. - That's cool you can remember for me. - Yeah. You could've given me a puppy, a pony, whatever. Like, I would've never felt anything like that, you know? Besides what I felt that night. And I just felt just so, just genuinely just good, you know? Like I had been so sick and I didn't feel good and everything. And yeah, that was just such a surreal feeling, and I remember it just like it was yesterday.

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