This is my third consecutive year of posting this series. It started out of an epiphany I received when reading the book of Esther in the bible. At that time, King Ahasuerus threw a large feast for the officials throughout the province. It is recorded that he took them on a tour of the citadel. This tour lasted for 180 days which he used to show off the kingdom and boast about himself.
I found myself asking, “what if I, as a Christian, were to boast about God for 180 days?” 🤔 That’s how I started this series, and I enjoyed experiencing God (“Daddy”) and being able to boast about him and what he has done for me.
Today, I start by sharing how my first car was sold. I placed ads in the newspaper, advertised on my status, and called multiple auto dealers. The general response was that the price was too high (by the way, the price was 300k less than the valued cost). I didn’t lower the price, so I waited.
I waited even though I needed the money from the sale to cover my outstanding tuition. I waited. Then, one day as I walked into my room, Daddy said something to me. He said, “You cannot sell the car because someone has claimed it”.
For those who don’t know, claiming is done when one party identifies an object owned by the second party and proceeds to declare that the item is theirs and cannot be sold until they are able to obtain it.
Who claimed my car? How did I find out who it was? Come back tomorrow for the rest of the story. Remember to like, share, subscribe, and comment.