God is not my co-pilot; He is always in full control. This sums up my relationship with God.
The wonders that the Almighty can do cannot be expressed; it is only for the heart to feel. I too have been blessed on many occasions to witness divine encounters, which may be rubbished aside as coincidence by many. But, to me, it is all His manifestation.
In the beginning, it was just a belief, which has over a period of time blossomed into unswerving faith in Shirdi Sai Baba. Here I would like to relate an encounter with the Baba. It all happened on the day of my job interview, in 2008. As there was only a single vacancy, the opportunity seemed bleak and I was sceptical. I had worried myself sick over the thoughts of impending examination scheduled the next day. I was sitting beside the usher outside the interview board room.
From where I was seated, I could clearly hear the commotion wafting from the interview room and my nerves were getting frayed by the minute. I closed my eyes and asked Sai Baba for help. I opened my eyes and glanced towards the usher who was reading a newspaper.
To my pleasant surprise, the newspaper had Sai Baba's picture on it. I vaguely remembered that it was in connection with some news pertaining to the proposed airport at Shirdi; but it was a message loud and clear from Him to me!
I knew the Baba was with me and he will steer me out of this situation successfully. I rose from my seat, I felt as if my soul had been released and I was flying. While sitting across the interviewers, I knew nothing of fear.
The next day, when the results were out, it was no less than what I had expected. Sai Baba
got the job for me. God manifests his 'Swaroopa' to plant a seed of faith but we have to make it sure that it is solely our duty to see it grow. And then you can see wonders happening in your life.