“Walking into the unknown”

Stay away from anger and revenge.
Keep envy far from you, for it only 
leads you into lies.
For one day the wicked will be destroyed,
but those who trust in the Lord 
will inherit the land

Psalms 37:8-9 TPT

We follow the journey of Fulrose and Nwe as they both come to understand the gifts they now have, the journey continues into the unknown…

Fulrose moved to the windows, pulled the blinds and caught a glimpse of the dark figures walking away the direction they had come in. 

Nwe walked closer to the windows, casting her senses out as she followed Athan and sensed another presence with him. 

Without thinking, I moved a little closer as they continued to walk. A faint voice from the unknown figure, What are we going to do?  Athan stopped and rushed at me. I felt the cold breeze knocking me back into my body. Blinking and looking around at the surrounding found herself on the floor with Fulrose troubled look. 

What happened? said Fulrose. 

Not sure but I think I know why Athan came back. I just followed him as Nwe continued. And he has someone else now with him but when I got close he sensed me and ran straight at me knocking me off guard. Next time I will be careful. 

Fulrose frowned, there will be no next time, I can’t lose you again.

I need to find out if I can leave and look around, I continued as she gave me a stern look that said no. 

As she beckoned me over by the windows as we watched the stars outside, we needed the rest for tomorrow, lots to do and research. We cannot afford to burn the candles on both ends. 

I have to do this and promise to be less than twenty minutes or less or else I won’t sleep. This is a warning and I also need your help to watch my back here, looking around the room and a new appreciation for the room after the last couple of days in the underground. Don’t say it, crazy yes and I know. We need to be ahead of him and his gangs of new friends roaming the city. 

Another thing, the sword never lets it out of your sight, it is now entwined with you and as you wield it daily it also influences your thoughts and grows stronger to destroy the invisible spirit.

Also I think they are not expecting me, looking around. They might make a base in the basement to keep an eye on us and quick access when needed.  

She took a deep breath and looked at the sword and then at Nwe. Either way, she has a hard task ahead and making it difficult is not going to help anyone. How the table has turned. Yesterday, she was the reckless one and today she is the one responsible. 

Fine twenty and you coming, or I will drag you back. As she closed the door with locks and switched the lights off. The sword glowed in the dark giving us the right amount of light needed. 

Okay, what do you want me to do?

to be continue… previous stories link below:

© Hannah M Vandi

Thanks so much for stopping by. This is a journal of imaginative mind, fiction. Come back next week to see what happens. For as humans we need to be creative, use imagination and be the best version of ourself. Just like our Father wants us to be.

Who knows the mind of a human, only God!

Have a wonderful day 🙂

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