Pleased to Meet You

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Pleased to Meet You.”

“This is the happiest day of my life!”

He smiles at me and his eyes not only twinkle as he gazes into mine, they shine with stunning otherworldly brilliance. My entire soul wants nothing more than to escape into his eyes and melt into his intense love. I feel as though I am the only person on earth.

“I wrote my book* to tell people about my life and the difficult road that I have had to travel. I wanted to let them know that you gave me the strength to endure and continue my journey. I want them to know that you are not “religion,” and you are not “hate”. I want them to know You are love.”

He smiles at me with a smile of pure love and joy and his eyes twinkled with stunning intensity into my own eyes.

Max Lucado, one of my favorite authors, introduced me to a man I had never understood before. He introduced me to a Creator who is pure Love. When I came to understand this truth, I fell in love with the Creator of the universe and savior of the world.

This was the most incredible moment of my life.

“You do know why I am here?” He asked.

“Yes,” nodding my head.

He lovingly takes my hand and I, grateful to leave the old and broken clay coccoon behind, take his hand as we walk into the light together.

The End
* My book is not yet written. It is still a twinkle in my eye. I am trying to improve my writing skills before I actually pursue writing it.

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19 thoughts on “Pleased to Meet You

    • Thank you! I appreciate your comments. I have been on a quest to get all of his books. LOL! Any time I go to a Thriftstore, I head over to the books to see if I can find any of his that I don’t have yet.

  1. This piece of writing clearly shows the purity of feelings. I like the depth of thoughts and I like to read this sentence again and again

    “My entire soul wants nothing more than to escape into his eyes and melt into his intense love”

    Good work pj:)

  2. Profound! The purest love a man could ever have. I admit the first paragraph I thought you were talking about a lover. When I got to the Max Lucado part, that’s when it clicked. I like your version of this Daily Prompt.

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