Forge—Six Sentence Story

It’s not your job to keep God humble.

After reading her fortune at the Chinese restaurant in the food court of Pharaoh’s palace Sarai wondered why her husband didn’t get that message rather than the one stating that Servant girls won’t get you where you want to go.

Abram thought he was doing what God had directed him to do if he took into account the hidden clues that weren’t actually in what God said and employed a 19th century deistic hermeneutics which didn’t actually believe Abram even existed. The devil could have told him that it wasn’t his job to make good on God’s promises, but why would the devil want to set Abram straight?

If one desires to do something wonderful it’s best to let God do the wonderful part. Although Abram loved to forge ahead on his own all he had to do was tell those 19th century know-it-alls where to go and do what he was told to do.

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Denise offers the prompt word “forge” to be used in this week’s Six Sentence Stories.

I have been listening to E. Dane Rogers’ sermons on Genesis. See Proceeding to Egypt | Genesis 12:10-20 for an account of what got Abram and Sarai into Egypt only to be driven out by Pharaoh himself.

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

18 thoughts on “Forge—Six Sentence Story”

  1. It’s no secret I enjoy making comparisons between writing and music. Your first two sentences have (can’t think of the correct term) something that is akin to having a friend, when you were a kid, and running through the woods almost faster than you can keep up with

    (made me think, musically, of John MacLaughlin in the early ’70s, say, on the ‘Inner Mounting Flame’ album

    Good stuff

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  2. WEll said: “If one desires to do something wonderful it’s best to let God do the wonderful part. ”
    I love this! May we not be adopting 19th century skeptical method of interpreting Scripture!

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