Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Stories from my Writing Journey - Part One

Many amazing events have occurred during my writing journey, and I have told about them in talks all across the country. I finally wrote a couple of them down, so I'll share one with you now. It's too long for a blog post, so I'll give the link. It's in pdf format, so it requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't have it, you can download it for free by clicking here.

Click here for my story about a dime and two pennies.

Feel free to share it with others on your blog or other website.

9 comments:

Nimelen said...

That's amazing, Mr. Davis. It blessed me to read the story. Thank you for sharing it.

Anonymous said...

Wow that is so cool. Praise God!

Tyler Kline said...

Now I understand the meaning behind the dime and two pennies in "Enoch's Ghost." That is amazingly powerful, Mr. Davis. Thank you so much for this blog!

Just yesterday, my youth minister asked us if we had anything togther with God, or if there wasn's "something clicking", something keeping us back....

What he said and this blog have helped alot this week! I thank you very much for that, Mr. Davis!
I will pray that you continue to strentgh people like you have me, and your writings will be all for the glory of God!

Tyler Kline said...

oh yes, i forgot to mention in my last comment, GO GATORS!

Anonymous said...

That was an amazing story! Imagine finding the dime and pennies twelve times. God was really trying to get through to you!


Oh, and please don't mention the Gators. That's a bad memory from January of last year. They played my Buckeyes....and...well, you know the rest....

Anonymous said...

Oh, I'm sorry. I said January of last year. It was two years ago, but the memory is still vivid.

Bryan Davis said...

Tyler, I'm glad the story has helped you. That's a blessing to me.

And, yes, Go Gators!

Sorry, Anonymous, this is Gator Country.

Excalibur said...

I remember that story, you told it here.

DragonFan said...

Amazing! Enoch's Ghost was one of the best. I now see that it was divine inspiration! Praise God!