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What a wonderful and inspiring testimony!

There were some places where you switched tenses--from past to present and back. For example:

Silence overcame me, and I sensed others prayers lifted upward for God to catch, and He being the King of catchers, lands them square in the middle of His palm.

Suddenly, in a wink of an eye, I am filled with peace. I told my son, “I no longer have fear.” Just to be sure he has heard, I repeated, “I no longer have fear.”

Overcame...sensed...repeated--these are all past tense, but filled--those are present tense. It's best to be consistent.

I love your attitude and the serenity that fills this entry.
A very good suggestion to be still and know that He is God. The article was well written. I enjoyed the advice, and I will enjoy some silence!
The message is one I could hear over and over. How often I forget to be still. Thank you for the nice reminder.

One quick note on a typo in the second or third line others prayers should be others' prayers or other prayers being lifted would work too. I had to read it a couple of times before I understood what you were saying.

The rest is a beautiful reminder of a wonderful relationship with God. You really drew me in. I enjoyed it a great deal. Thank you for sharing.