Ever wonder what kind of reactions I get in response to the evidence I publish about two-way communications with loved ones in heaven? It’s quite a wide range, from good to bad. And I’m going to show you examples of both.
One source of feedback is from an independent company that tracks and reports website traffic from around the globe. The company is called Google Analytics and they provide an amazing amount of information about how visitors find, and use, websites.
For example, here is an analytics report on the countries where people live that are reading ThereYouAreJesus.com. You can click on the images below to enlarge them into a new tab.
In addition to this list that updates daily, they also provide a world map to highlight those countries.
Having a lot of evidence for people to see is great! But letting people know it exists is challenging. Just recently, I started running an advertisement about this evidence on the social media platform Facebook.com. The following two images show reactions of people who found the evidence. Again, you can click to enlarge.
But not everyone is pleased to learn about my evidence. Take this next one for example. I had responded to an advertisement that poses the question, “What if you were visited by Jesus Christ?” And since I was, I commented “It happened to me” and gave my website.
By the way, if you are unaware of this, you can read details of what I saw by clicking here. It will open in a new tab for easy access later.
Well check out this response to my comment. Directly below is the ad I responded to. Below the ad is where my comment is. Below my comment is where someone expresses their dislike for what I do.