There came a knock at the door. I opened the door immediately, not worrying about who it was because God was always with us. There stood a gang member looking for my husband. He asked if Daryl was there. I told him no but that he would be back shortly and if he needed me to call him. He told me that his car was parked on the side of the house but it won’t start and wanted to know if Mr. B could help him. I smiled at him and said, “I’ll call him but God can help you must faster than Daryl.” He looked at me strangely and slanted his head. I proceeded to walk out the door and ask, “where’s the car.” He hesitated and said, that’s ok, I’ll wait for Mr. B.
I stopped to give him time to walk back to his car and I arrived at the car a minute later. I knocked on the window and said, “what’s wrong.” He didn’t let the window down, he just shook his head no. So I opened the door myself and the smoke from the marijuana hit me right in the face. I back up shocked from the amount of smoke and said, “Woe.”
There were 3 young boys in the car. I asked them to please either stop smoking for a minutes or could they get out the car. They each chose to get out the car. I looked at the driver and asked, “Do you believe that God can start your car?” He looked at me and said, “I’m cool, I’ll wait on Mr. B.” I told him no, you can’t wait on Mr. B here because you’re smoking. He looked at me angrily and I said again, “Do you believe God can start your car?” He said sure lady. I sat in the driver’s seat, I began praying in my heavenly language, they backed up away from me. I laid my hand on the gear shift and I asked God to start this car now in the name of Jesus because no one wanted to spell their marijuana. God started the God and they jumped backwards.
I said to the driver get in, you don’t need Mr. B when you got God. The other one smoking said, man she done messed up my high. The other boy said man, she’s crazy, she must be a witch. The driver still stunned, said, “Thank you Mrs. B,” jumped in and sped off. That was the first and last time I had ever seen them.