Some folks think faith in God is a crutch for people who can’t handle the rough and tumble of real life. If you believe that, you have not heard MY testimony yet.
I was just fine with the rough-and-tumble of life. Scratch that… I loved it.
Even as a young squab, self-employment, working out, fast cars, and hot chicks were already part of the warp and woof of my life. That wasn’t the hard part about looking God in the eye.
That wasn’t holding me back. Not even a little. Quite the opposite.
The nightmare scenario giving me the cold sweats was the idea of waking up one day to see Ned Flanders looking back at me in the bathroom mirror.
Good LAWD, anything but that … please!
I looked out at too many male Christian converts I’d met and saw people that maybe — just maybe — got occasional visiting rights to their own testicles.
Nope. There was NO way I would be signing up for that kind of a living pergatory.
No way. No how. No thanks.
But just like C.S. Lewis got collared by God and called himself the most reluctant convert in all of England, I was living that same story out in West Texas.
But God has his own way of doing things, and none of this really went the way I figured it would…
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