Kelli, my daughter, was headed to her car when she discovered a small snake in the vestibule. She went for a bucket, while Steve grabbed the critter behind the head. Lili stood, clutching her face, horrified by the turn of events.
Soon after the capture, rough and tough tomboy Kel stepped outside to discover yet another small snake. She ran back into the terminal yelling, “I got to get my boots on!”
Determined to reach her vehicle, she headed outdoors to kick some snake tail only to discover the snake could fly. The slippery serpent sprung straight into the air in an attempt to scare her. It worked! With her arms waving, high pitched screaming, boot stomping ballerina dancing, she finally crushed the tiny snake under the heel of her boot.
Good Job, Kel!
Luke 10:19 Behold, I have given you authority to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy, and nothing shall hurt you.