by Martin Peter Mburu
I followed an oil tanker. Every time it jumped over a bump or hit a pothole, it spilled oil. It was a small drop, but still spillage. I saw myself leaking like the tanker. I fill myself with things that cause leakage. I have to seek daily to be filled with the Spirit. Unlike the tanker or a gas cylinder, I don’t have to wait to be fully empty. Before I seek a refill.
Martin Peter Mburu Waweru is a born-again Christian who loves writing, storytelling, blogging, and talking about Jesus. He lives with his family in Nairobi, Kenya. Martin has a PhD in Theoretical Linguistics, a Master’s in English and linguistics and a Bachelor’s in education. He has over fifteen years of experience teaching English, linguistics and writing at the university. He has published several textbooks for use in Kenyan schools. He has self-published two Christian stories: Mama’s Boardroom and The Last Sermon. They are on Amazon. Currently, he writes Christian fiction and coaches and trains Christian creatives.