I met her while I was in church. She seemed distant. I always watched her in church. Daisy displayed this sadness about her that I wanted to understand. She was on 24 and really young minded. Her body was insane, yeah I wanted to help her out, but I really wanted to destroy her sexually. One Sunday I approached her during our church’s welcome where we welcomed new visitors. I was in arm distant and I reach for her arm and said “hello.” We spoke briefly. After church I approached her and gave her my business card. I learned a long time ago not to take a woman’s number always have your business card that shows you are a man of importance even if you don’t have a real job. Woman like that shit. As the pastor ushered everyone back to his seat for the hymnal. I could do nothing but think about winning Daisy over. I was on the tape ministry in my church, so most Sundays I was in church of video taping the service. I could see anyone in the church because we had cameras all over the church. It just took me a matter of time to zoom in on anyone. As I was dreaming about what I wanted to do with Daisy. Pastor cotton started to preach with the title, “He’s more than a enough.” I straighten up in my video chair and began taping the word.
Pastor cotton gave the word from Philippians Chapter 4 verse 12 – 13. He again said the the title, “He’s more than enough” with force.
He preached the following sermon to the congregation:
“God will satisfy all needs to the riches of his glory. God is real and able. In him we find that he is more than enough.
Paul is in prison in Rome.
Anchor your life in Gods faith.
Once you get rid of your material God, you can find your soul.
We are created to be survivors.
Put time and identify some time for prayer.
You must schedule time to pray.
God can shake your dungeon when your down use your imagination.
Don’t be afraid to pray. He’s more than enough to take care of your needs.
Need someone to hold you to back you up. Then you need a partnership with God. You have to stay committed to God.”
He closed his sermon with the choir sing the song, “Glory To His Name.”
My growth and believing in God has allowed me to have faith without limitations. But my weakness that continues to linger is the need for woman. The need for Daisy to fuel my needs and desires on this Sunday morning.