The noise was so loud it woke most of the residents up. The young joy riders just knocked down a wall and ploughed the garden with tyre tracks like it was a farm needing rows made in it. Miraculously none of them were seriously hurt and they walked away from a damaged car, they were too afraid of the police, but they didn’t reckon on the CCTV. The mindset of these youth needed mending, even though their bodies had been saved.
Grasp life with both hands,
Is it too heavy?
God is holding you in his hands.
Grasp love with both hands,
Is the broken pieces sharp?
God is holding your heart in his hands.
The meanders of the plot in the story left most of the audience totally confused. However, no one was more perplexed than creator of this active participation show. It became a case of too many cooks spoil the broth.
As they all got the hang of storytelling it was fulfilling just to sit and listen and share. Who would have thought it was so hard to tell a story.
The session came to an end and there was a resounding, “Oh no is it finished already”, from all the participants.
They had a face to face meet-up. What ensued? Uncompromising. Stalemate. Headstrong. Tenacious. Self-believe. Stubborn. Attention to detail. Deal. Meeting halfway. Compromising. Shake hands. Happy ending.
It’s a fact
It’s not an act
The more you act with tact
Then wisdom and you have a pact.
In Deuteronomy 28:1 the Bible says, “Now it shall come to pass, if you diligently obey the voice of the Lord your God, to observe carefully all His commandments which I command you today, that the Lord your God will set you high above all nations of the earth.”
Sharing The Word is obedience too.
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