Monday, March 18, 2013
A Greater Good
Stevie was not exactly sure what she would say to the senator. She had been alone for two hours after Jon left, but she had not used that time to frame a speech. Instead, she puttered around the apartment asking God to give her the right attitude. She felt very confident, as if Jon's prayers had enveloped her with peace.
She harbored no anger toward the man she was about to confront, nor did she fear his response. Instead, Stevie saw herself as the bearer of great good. Daniel Bellardi was not a villain; he was a good man who would hear her out. What he did with the gift she presented to him was his business. She was doing the right thing, and she would do so with all the love and humility God would provide.