Sorry Mam, This seat is taken. 

Predictable in Her Unpredictability

Let me set the scene:

Liberty University. Over 5,000 students from all over the world come to a “college for a weekend” visit. It’s the last night of CFAW and I drive to Lynchburg to pick up my niece and her friend to attend a Newsboys Concert.

We had awesome seats. The row we were in was quite full except three empty seats beside me. A lady comes over and asks if the seats were taken. Before I knew it, I looked at her and said “yes, they are!”

My niece looked at me quite confused as she loudly stated that no one was using the seats. ”Oh my gosh, you are right!!! Mam, I’m so sorry, these seats are available!” I told her as she was getting comfortable in the seats behind me.

She laughed and said “It’s ok! Obviously God wants Those seats for someone else.” We exchanged…

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2 thoughts on “Sorry Mam, This seat is taken. 

  1. David says:

    Wow…I honestly don’t even know where to begin. For one, you’re (seemingly) taking this well. Though I doubt this was your poise the moment you found out about your husband’s indiscretions (I’m sorry about that).
    Seeing you’ve been through so much and God is elevating you to new heights is simply amazing. For those of us who know the word it says “What Satan meant for evil, God meant for good”. He’s given you the opportunity to rejoice in your trial because you already have the victory in Christ Jesus. All I can say as someone who has experienced having been cheated on is, continue putting your trust in God, and discern who and what is for you.
    Far as the children are concerned, I would hold back as long as I can from introducing anyone to them until you are settled in something stable. Be well, God bless.

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    • David. It took me three years to get to this point in my life. It was the hardest thing I have ever gone through. What would we do with out God? My faith is so much stronger.

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