It’s Not Me, It’s You!

To make up for skipping yesterday’s #dailymedicine, here’s a #doubledose, still on today’s theme of #breakuplines. ENJOY this short fictional piece by yours truly!  It’s lacking in moral lessons, but one thing that’s funny to note is that we should be careful what we ask for…  The truth can be

The Two Theologians

The time had come for the ship to set sail for the Kingdom of Heaven. Two theologians who had very opposing views about almost everything concerning Christianity, and who loved to argue endlessly, met themselves at the dock. “Hey old friend, glad to see you didn’t miss the boat”, said

The Physician

There was a rich man who lived long ago in Manchester, England. He owned his own land and slaves and had many concubines in addition to his beautiful wife and three gorgeous daughters. They lived the life of the nobels and enjoyed great health and prosperity. As a doctor, he

The Wedding

The hall was gloriously decorated with colourful, sweet-smelling flowers and alight with spotlighting and grandiose chandeliers. Gold and purple drapes and ribbons were beautifully spread around the grand space, and lined the ivory chiavari chairs according to the royal theme the Bride had chosen. It was to be the Wedding of

Traffic Jam

Nnena was over the moon! She jumped in glee and screamed as she dropped the phone. It had been the call she’d been waiting for all her life! Finally, things are beginning to fall into place, she thought. She had just three hours to make her appointment across town in

I’ve Seen God

The other day, as I was going to gather up those Christians to be killed, God appeared to me. “No, he didn’t! He doesn’t exist!” But I saw Him. He blinded me with His glory and told me I was persecuting Him! “Saul, you’re sounding crazy! No way did you

Giving Your Last

There was a Pastor of an Evangelical Church, who had received a burden for one of his members. He decided to pray and fast about how he could help this member, because he was very much in need, but it seemed there was more to it than was apparent. One

She Made Love Again

It had been a while since she had been in there. The place was dusty now, and cobwebs lined the ceiling and doorway. The oven was starting to rust too. Her kitchen had deteriorated for lack of use. To make matters worse, she didn’t feel at all like cooking. She

The Queen That I Am

I heard of a queen, whose palace was set on a hill, and adorned with jewels. Though surrounded by much wealth, she was discontent and desired elaborate displays of her riches and the receipt of expensive gifts. It was the king’s job to satisfy her appetite. And this he did

The Day My Heart Broke

It had been a few months, and I knew something had changed.  I didn’t want to believe it, I couldn’t bare the thought.  I tried to explain his behaviour away, tried to think that perhaps our problems were circumstantial, and that we would soon overcome the rough patch.  But it