A woman on TikTok has shared the spooky discovery she made after finding a letter she wrote to her future husband as a teenager.
The letter mentions specific details that she realised on her wedding day coincided with her actual husband.
Mrs Younks (@mrs_younks) shared her story in response to the TikTok question: ‘What’s something that sounds fake about your relationship but is real?’
She went on to explain that as a teenager, she and some friends wrote letters to their future husbands.
"When I was about 15 or 16 some girls at my church were writing future love letters to their husbands and I was like, ‘oh that’s such a cool idea, I’m gonna do that too’,” she says in the video.
“So I started writing love letters to my future husband, but I only wrote two and then I forgot about it and stuck them in a notebook and never looked at them again.”
“But when my husband and I got married in 2017, I remembered them and so I gave them to him at our wedding and on one of the letters I had written an obscure bible verse I had found it my bible, it was like Nahum 1:7.”
“When I gave it to him at our wedding, we realised that he had Nahum 1:7 tattooed on his arm and he had gotten it the same year I wrote those letters. Dead serious.”
The TikTok currently has 2.6 million views, with many people commenting about the crazy coincidence.
“If this is not manifestation in its purest form, I don’t know what is,” one user wrote.
“That gave me goosebumps,” another said.
A third person added: "My heart is so happy for you."
“I’m not religious but that’s freaky,” someone else posted.
In follow up videos, Mrs Younks explained extra details about her relationship and showed her followers the tattoo on her husband’s wrist.
She also gave advice for others wanting to write letters to their future partners.
The bible verse Nahum 1:7 reads: “The Lord is good, a refuge in times of trouble. He cares for those who trust in him.”
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