She had 300 million gods to help her, but when Preeti Krishnan struggled with her MBA studies none of the Hindu pantheon answered her prayers.
“I was sensing that there was something between me and God that had gone wrong, otherwise God wouldn’t let me go through this. I was getting depressed,” she says. “I thought I had to appease the gods. I was really desperate and thought that if I didn’t get help, I would go crazy.
When she cried out to one of her beloved gods, he responded with a terrifying vision. “I started praying to my favorite Indian god called Ganesha. Ganesha is the elephant god, and he is the god of education and knowledge.
“So I said, ‘If he’s on my side, I’ll succeed.’ As I closed my eyes praying, I saw huge Indian elephant charging toward me. As I opened my eyes, I said, ‘This is really bad because even my favorite god Ganesha has turned away from me.’”
She asked her gaggle of gods for help, but all 300 million remained silent.
“No one was answering me,” Preeti says. “Then I remembered that I had a Gideon’s Bible, a little small Bible that I got free in school. So I opened it. I don’t remember what I read, but in a matter of a few seconds, something very tangible, something like white light, it was so clean, so strong, so forceful, just flowed through me.”
As the “flow” poured from her head to her feet, her burdens and anxieties lifted away.
It was 2:00 am, and Preeti’s sister, sensing something unusual happening, woke up and asked her sister what was wrong.
“My goodness, your face is glowing,” her sister said. “Something has happened. What happened?”
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Praise God! We have a curry restaurant close to here, run by Nepalis, that has a large painting of Ganesh beside the front door. I love their curry and I have given them a tract that I got a friend in Nepal to send me, but I do spiritual warfare every time I eat there.
Noshing at Ganesh’s?
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Powerful. Thank you.