I have to remind myself this is the Day the Lord hath made.
For sure I am convinced the enemy does not want me on a laptop.
Of course, the first thought was, “NO! PLEASE GOD NOT AGAIN!”
Without the ability to do on-line chat I called Dell.
And you won’t believe what happened.
A sweet, nice girl from India became my friend. She spent time working with me for 2 hours removing those vile ills.
While waiting for the repair programs to do their work, she began a conversation asking me how my day was going.
I managed discreetly to usher in “religion” somehow….that had to be God. She told me she is Hindu. I asked her “what does that do for you?”
She replied, “I am not sure what you mean?”
Me, ” Have you ever thought about what being a Hindu means?”
Her, “No, not really. I have Hindu friends.”
Me, “Oh. That’s nice. Do you know anything about Christianity?”
Her, “Oh, I have Christian friends too, but we never discuss religion.”
Me, “That’s nice. You know there are differences in the two?”
Click. All of a sudden the phone connection stopped.
Me, “Hello? Hello? are you there?”
Me again, “Hello? Hello? Where did you go?”
About 2 minutes later she came back on. It hadn’t disconnected but we lost each other temporarily.
Her, “Cathy, are you there?”
Me, “Yes. I am. Can you hear me?”
Her, “YES! But I thought I lost you. This is so strange. Whatever my phone did has never happened before…..”
What the devil meant for harm, God turned it into good.
The devil tried to stop the conversation, but what he doesn’t know is I planted the seed before his UNRULY INTERRUPTION!
Also, I have a new friend who will be my personal Dell Assistant whenever I need one.
So much for the viruses. Just another tool God had in his pocket.