Here Kitty, Kitty

Peter said, “Your adversary, the devil, prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour” First Peter 5:8

We really do not take this verse seriously, if we did we would be on our guard, but since we do not we open the door and invite the ‘roaring lion’, into our lives.

A young Mayan Indian and I were driving from the Valley of Peace back to Belmopan, Belize late one night.  The road was ugly, rough, narrow, closed in on both sides with brush, and two times dark. The lights of the jeep hit on two animals walking in the road about 100 feet in front of us, I slowed the jeep as we tried to decide what they were, the Mayan said ‘Those are Jaguar cubs, they are walking in the road because it is easier and the mother is in the brush watching and following them. It was a beautiful sight to see those two wild animals living free and walking in front of our jeep. As we got within about 30 feet of them we heard a growl from the bush and the cubs ran out of sight into the undergrowth. I stopped at the side of the road and hanging my head out the window said, “Here, Kitty, Kitty, Kitty.” My Indian friend shouted, “Kitty, Kitty, nothing roll up that window and get out of here. If that mother thinks we are after her cubs she will be in here quicker than you can duck. Where did you learn to say, Kitty, Kitty to a Jaguar?”

That is what Peter was talking about.


Published in: on November 13, 2012 at 12:22 am  Comments (1)  

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  1. I love your stories. Never stop. Leaving soon but will check up on your stories. We love you Bro. Ivan

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