You Can’t Have Me

My grandpa, my mom’s dad, underwent five-bypass heart surgery in the ’90s. As he was going into surgery, he quoted part of Psalm 23. But when he was waiting, unconscious, in recovery, the devil paid him a visit in a vision. The devil wanted Grandpa to go with him. But Grandpa knew better. “You can’t … Continue reading You Can’t Have Me

More Than Enough for Me

  Several years ago, I was bemoaning the absence of marriage in my life.  It was one of those dreams that seemed to take forever to manifest.  “Haven’t I waited long enough?” my carnal mind demanded. “Everyone” younger than myself was enjoying a relationship, but there I stood, single as can be.  Surely I didn’t … Continue reading More Than Enough for Me