I wanted to argue with God, bargain with Him if possible. However, images of my years of pilgrimage on this earth flashed before my eyes like they just happened a few days ago. I remembered the very first day God spoke to me telling me to leave my people, my father’s household and go to a place He was to show me, a place I never saw and did not know what to expect. This begun my long journey and the adventures God set for me to enjoy and the lessons I was to pick along the way.
I saw myself using my wife as my protection to my flesh and life against the Egyptians as we went there because of a famine we experienced along the way. I was afraid that Pharaoh might envy me because my wife was exceedingly beautiful even as she was getting old, might kill me and take Sarai as his own. Although she was my half sister, I asked her to reveal only that information and not tell them that she was also my wife. Although God did not speak directly to me that time that what I did was wrong, He showed me this by inflicting diseases on Pharaoh and his households. I know now that He wanted me to put my trust totally on Him and so as if doing a replay on this account, God allowed us to move to Gerar where the people were godless and again I feared for my life more than what God could do to me. This time, God spoke to Abimelech who took Sarai as his wife and instructed him to return my love to me. How gracious God has been with me during those years I figured He was not able to protect me. There have been more miracles God performed in my life only to show me that He can do anything for me but I wish to tell most importantly of the miracle about my son who was born when me and my wife were already likened to a dead tree. Isaac was promised to us long before he was born however, when we were getting older and my wife was not yet conceiving, we thought God might have meant us to