"Hold on!" I screamed, then cut the car to the same path the van had taken.

I was aware of only one thing: my hands clutching the steering wheel at 10 and 2 as the car seemed to make it's on way.

When we finally came to a stop I looked at my passengers. "Are you okay?" They all nodded a yes; though it was obvious they were stunned. I looked out the windshield to see our pastor running toward us. "Are you okay?" he asked when he reached me. I said that we were all no worse for the wear. I then chuckled. "My father would be proud," I said. "I kept my hands at 10 and 2."

Our pastor walked back toward his van as I restarted the car, then noticed Stacy starring at me. "What?" I asked.

"Why did you say your hands stayed at 10 and 2?"

"Because they did," I answered. "If I live to be a hundred, I'll always remember the way they looked on this steering wheel."

"No," she said, shaking her head. "That's impossible. You threw your arms over me."

"Are you sure?" I asked.

"Positive."

In my mind, the question has always remained: whose hands were on the steering wheel and whose kept Stacy pinned to her seat?

I no longer have to question whether or not there is an unseen world; I have seen it with my own eyes.

Next: The Unseen Armor of God (continued)


Award-winning national speaker, Eva Marie Everson is a recent graduate of Andersonville Theological Seminary. Her work includesIntimate Moments with God and Intimate Encounters with God (Cook). She is the author of Shadow of Dreams, Summon the Shadows and Shadow of Light. (Barbour Fiction) She can be contacted for comments or for speaking engagement bookings at www.evamarieeverson.com. 

 

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