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The moon shone on the huge lake, turning it bluish-silver.
Behind Ledi was the forest, and the evil beings were still whispering and screeching in their horrible evil voices. The water was still, with barely a ripple across its surface.
Mrs. Kwakyewa Manso was standing far out, wearing a white lacy dress that flapped gently around her figure.
But of course it wasn’t Mrs. Manso.
Her body, yes, but Lusty had merged with her, giving her a bluish complexion. Her eyes, however, were red orbs of hatred as she stared across the expanse at him.
“Ledi!” she hissed, and her voice was like a whiplash. “You’re going to die tonight, Ledi!”
And the moment she spoke the lake began to move violently!
It looked as if it was boiling, moving violently with mighty waves, crashing noisily! An eerie wind was blowing, whipping across the lake and through the forest behind him, its icy fingers digging into him.
And then they began to appear…
They rose up from the depths of the lake…the evil living dead!
Zombie-like creatures with rotten bodies and skull-faces, wailing across the lake, a lot of them, their eyes blinking with evil as they moaned and moved toward Ledi.
“They’re going to get you, Ledi!” Lusty whispered, her voice a sharp knife-like echo that almost shattered Ledi’s eardrums. “You’re going to die, Ledi!”
And it was a scary sight!
In all his years as an Unblind, Ledi Pedi had never faced such a horde of demons as the zombies moving dangerously across the face of the lake toward him, and their intention was to rip him apart.
It took all his willpower to stand still, fighting down his urge to turn round and flee. He knew that if he turned his back to him, his faith would leave, and they would kill him pathetically.
His voice was very unsteady as he began to speak, hoping that Yaw Boat was still on the line.
“Yaw, you there?” he asked.
“I’m here, old man,” Boat’s calm voice said, and Ledi took a huge breath of relief.
“I’m standing on the banks of the lake, and Lusty is standing way down on the lake, man, standing on it!” Ledi said. “And she’s sending those scary zombies at me. This is scary, man.”
“She’s scared, old man,” Boat said, his voice infuriatingly calm.
“She’s scared?” Ledi breathed out.
“Yep,” Boat replied. “Standing on the lake to impress you and sending cadavers to scare you. She’s bloody scared, old man, because the powers God has given you is a million times more powerful than whatever she’s doing.”
Ledi smiled grimly, glad for that voice in his ear, and as he smiled the fear slowly ebbed from his body, and he began to feel exhilarated.
Lusty was scared because the powers in him were far more superior than any she could unleash on him!
Oh, how simple it all was!
The faith of a pea!
Yaw Boat, a man with limited knowledge of the Bible, his childlike belief in God making him a most powerful man, more than any Unblind could ever hope to be.
And as the calmness spread through Ledi, his force-field slowly came on, and began to glow with such incredible brilliance that it almost blinded his own eyes.
And the zombies stopped!
The cadavers…they stopped!
They stopped moaning and whining and groaning and scaring him!
Even Lusty was silent as her red eyes blazed at Ledi.
“Leeeeeediiiiii!” she began suddenly in a fiercely venomous voice.
“Oh, comot for there koraaa!” Ledi said, and he heard Yaw Boat chuckling suddenly in his ear. It was the first time he had really heard the handsome young man laughing or filled with fun.
And Lusty became quiet.
“E be Lusty you dey shun like that?” Boat asked.
“Yes, e dey bore me stiff!” Ledi said and chuckled. “The damn zombies stopped. But I don’t know what to do. I must get to Lusty!”
“Moses divided the Red Sea, right?” Yaw Boat asked suddenly.
“Yeah,” Ledi said with a scowl. “What has Moses got to do with this, Yaw?”
“And Lazarus walked on the sea to meet Jesus, right?” Boat asked, unperturbed, and Ledi broke into gales of laughter.
“Eyi, Nicodemus, Nicodemus rather, not Lazarus!” Ledi said, and both of them began to laugh.
“Who walked on the sea?” Boat asked, and yawned. “Paul?”
“Nah,” Ledi said, still chuckling. “Peter, but he lost faith and began to sink.”
“Yeah, yeah, Peter,” Yaw Boat said. “There’s your answer, old man! You can command Lusty to come to you, or walk on the lake to her like Peter, or divide the lake and walk through the middle like Moses.”
Ledi’s eyes opened wide.
“Damn, you think it can be done?” he asked hoarsely.
“The Word of God says there’s nothing impossible to the Lord, old man,” Yaw Boat said, and his voice was serious now. “That means once the power of God is in you anything can be done!”
And Ledi’s faith, on hearing these words, soared to such heights that he simply lifted both his hands and pointed at the lake.
“If I be an Unblind of God, and a servant of Christ, I command you, lake, to part both ways through the name and power behind the son of God, Jesus Christ!”
And the lake split right through the middle, falling back on itself with huge waves and crashing down on the zombies. Their terrified screams were lost in the ravishing strength of the lake!
And the lake was parted!
There was a dry patch right through the middle!
It was divided in two, on each side of Ledi as he stepped onto the middle.
Ahead of him Mrs. Manso had crashed to the floor of the lake, and her eyes were suddenly terrified as Ledi bagan to walke toward her!
Ledi’s steps were slow and measured.
Lusty watched him approach, and suddenly she was screeching and thrashing, sending the poor woman crashing from one end to the other.
“Be still, in Jesus’ name!” Ledi ordered, and immediately the demon-possessed woman remained still and looked at him with sheer panic and fear!
Ledi walked toward her, his hands linked behind his back, his face calm.
He was glowing fiercely.
On either side of him was the lake, and he couldn’t resist reaching out and touching the water rearing up so high over him. He could even see the silvery fishes swimming luxuriously on thother side.
“I’m going to mess you up so bad,” Ledi whispered as the reached Lusty.
“Gotta sleep, old man,” Yaw Boat said and yawned. “Till morning.”
“Thanks, Yaw,” Leid Pedi said gently. “Once again you saved my life.”
“God saved your life, old man,” Yaw said. “Good night.”
“Good night, Bro,” Leid said. “Thanks for everything.”
The call cut.
Ledi removed the earphone and stuffed it into his pocket.
He stood staring down at the demon. It had now gone deep into Mrs. Kwankyewa Manso, and its feral teeth were bared with viciousness as it tried to shrink from Ledi’s glow.
“Come out of her,” Ledi said in a very cold voice.
“Nay, nay, nay!” Lusty screeched with fiery passion. “She art…”
“Stop that damn thing and come out of her, you evil bi*ch!” Ledi shouted fiercely. “In the name of Jesus do I cast you out of this body, Lusty!”
And she plopped out of the woman, and lay cowering in fear at Ledi’s feet.
“Oh!” Mrs. Kwankyewa Manso said, and she began to crawl away, her head bent, great tears rolling down her face in torrents as she wept bitterly. “Oh, oh, oh, oh!”
Ledi looked down at the woman, and he was filled with great compassion for her. A proud woman, but she had been reduced to the level of rabble, occupied by this demon and manipulated beyond reason, destroyed in every sense of the word.
For years she had been a victim of this vindictive demon, and through that she had destroyed her marriage, lost a son, and destroyed many young women by her sinful lusts.
When Ledi looked at Lusty, his fury was beyond control.
Devoid of the host, the demon was pathetic indeed.
It was a mass of shimmering, bulgy mess. It had many faces, many limbs and many bodies, all of them female. A legion of evil demons, forming into one, as deadly as they came. Its many eyes looked at Ledi with terror now.
“Send us into fishes!” the many voices of the demon pleaded. “Thou has done their duty!”
“You don’t dictate to me, you vile demons!” Ledi Pedi said as he slowly dropped to one knee and stared at the nauseating gooey that was Lusty. “You have done your worst, demons, and I have seen your handiwork, and damn me if I’m ever going to allow you to go out there and cause more havoc to any other host!”
“Oh, so you’re going to stop us?” the voices asked, the eyes sly.
And Ledi smiled coldly.
“Ha!” he said and shook his head. “You never give up, do you? You want me to say I’ll deal with you with my own power, then you’ll have the strength to defeat me again, right? I’m not falling for that cheap trick, demons! I don’t have any powers. I’m but just human. My power, is from the Lord Most High, sharpened by the name of my Messiah Jesus Christ!”
They began to shriek then, their terror once more peaking as they made frantic efforts to fly into the lake, trying to enter the fishes!
“Let as gooooo!” they shrieked, their terror so bad that they began to stink really awfully. “Let us aloooooone! Thy power ends! Thou hath no dominion to end our existence!”
Ledi Pedi chuckled, enjoying their terror.
“Learnt something from that arrogant boy, you know,” he whispered fiercely, wildly. “Yaw Boat, yeah. He got rid of The Legion, you know! Such simple faith he has, and yet so powerful! He made me believe I can do anything! And you know what I’m gonna do, Lusty? I’m going give you the pain you inflicted on the innocent people back! The pain you gave to Mrs. Manso, the pain you gave to Ewura Akua, Nana Kwadwo, Akwasi Manso, Mr. Manso and all other unknown people! You’re going to feel their pain!”
“Naaaaaay!” they beseeched now, their eyes wild with terror, grovelling for mercy now. “Pleeeeeease! We beg of thee! Alloweth us to gooooo!”
“Nope!” Ledi whispered as he got to his feet. “No naaaay! No alloweth! And definitely no goooo bullsh*t, you damn freaky bunch!”
He stretched out his right hand.
They went into a frenzy!
They thrashed and wobbled and shook up the earth, screaming and groaning with agony.
“If I be an Unblind of the Living God, filled with power given me by the death and resurrection of my Lord Jesus Christ, emboldened to carry out justice on evil such as you, I do give you pain as you’ve inflicted on innocent souls, Lusty! Feel their pain, as I banish you forever into the depths in the name of Jesus Christ!”
That really zapped them!
Ledi could see the faces of many, many innocent people screaming with pain, the images hitting Lusty one after the other!
Lusty was in agony!
Their frenzied pain was so terrible, so tortured, so unbearable that for a moment Ledi felt a flitting compassion for them, but when he turned his head, and saw Mrs. Kwankyewa Manso still crawling on her hands and knees, still weeping uncontrollably, that compassion was gone.
He watched the agony of Lusty, and revelled in it, until there was a final explosion as it was zapped into complete oblivion…and Lusty was no more.
Ledi, satisfied and gloating, turned away and walked toward the crawling woman. She was still some distance from the banks of the lake.
He reached down and picked her up.
She was so light, so skinny now, so lost. She stared at him with large, sunken eyes still filled with horror.
“It’s okay, ma’am,” Ledi said gently. “It’s okay. You’re safe now. They won’t torment you anymore!”
She wept bitterly, grovelling and slobbering.
“Please!” she whispered in agony as Ledi carried her to the banks of the lake. “Please, I can’t take it anymore! Don’t let them come back!”
He put her down gently and looked at her.
“I can’t guarantee that, ma’am,” he said gently. “Oh, Lusty is gone, but you’re still vulnerable. Any demon can occupy you.”
“What should I do?” she wept bitterly, heartbroken. “Oh, help me! What should I do?”
“Only a life in Christ can protect, ma’am,” he said gently. “Are you willing?”
“Yes, oh, yes, yes, yes, please yes!”
Ledi Pedi nodded.
He stretched out his hand, and the two sides of the lake closed with a loud thundering sound.
And in the still of the night, as the moon shone serenely on a forest that had been rid of evil, Ledi Pedi led the broken woman to salvation… then he baptized her in the lake…and he smiled with great joy when he put he pulled her up, and saw she was glowing marvellously!
He held her hand afterwards, and chatting, they walked out of the forest.
It was a pleasant walk this time.
And when they appeared at the cabin, Mr. Paddy Manso and his son, who was now walking, rushed down to meet her.
The three of them merged, hugged fiercely, and fell to their knees, weeping with joy, finding a new and better level of happiness and joy.
Ledi turned his back on them, got into his car, and drove away.
Lightning slashed across the sky, followed by a huge, thundering sound!
The din woke Nana Kwadwo up. He sat up with a start and looked around him, feeling disoriented for a moment.
And then it came to him!
Mr. Ledi Pedi had gone to confront the evil demon earlier in the night. Pastor Ogum Narh and Oforiwaa had asked Nana Kwadwo to go with them to the hotel and wait, but he had refused, choosing rather to stay in the car and wait for the outcome of what Mr. Pedi was going to do.
He wanted to be near to Ewura Akua, especially in her moment of torture.
He sighed heavily and stretched. The car was filled with mosquitoes now, and it was very humid. He opened the door, yawned, and got out of the car, stretching and stamping his feet to get rid of the needling pain due to cramp.
He walked to the wall to relieve his bladder, and when he zipped up and turned, murmuring a little prayer to God to help his wife, he saw that the fornt door of Pastor Narh’s house had opened, and Ewura Akua stood in the doorway, and then she stepped outside, looking around her with fear and confusion all over her face, and she was wearing a small white dress inches too small for her.
Tears fell down his face as he broke into a mad run.
Ewura Akua saw her husband running toward her, and her own tears flooded her face.
She stretched out her arms, and she ran to meet him.
“Oh, Nana, Nana, Nana my love!”
They met somewhere in the middle of the courtyard, and his arms crushed her to his body, and his lips descended on hers.
She kissed him back desperately, hungrily!
“Oh, Nana!” she whispered tremulously. “I’m so sorry, my darling.”
“Hush, my love!” he murmured tremulously. “No need for regrets! We’ve been tested by fire, and we’ve survived, and I know our marriage is going to be rock-solid. Oh, Ewura Akua, my heart, my love!”
She kissed him desperately, her arms tight like vices around him, not wishing to let him go.
“But is it over?” she asked fearfully.
“It is, my love,” Nana Kwadwo answered. “I’ve seen a lot of miracles, darling. I spoke to my mother, and it seems my parents are moving in with yours. Mr. Pedi went to see your father, and he healed your mother of her infirmity. My love, God has done it. Our families are united now.”
“Oh!” she whispered, the joy lighting up her face even as her tears fell, making her so beautiful. “Oh, I can’t believe that! Oh, my love! There are so many things I wanted to tell you, about Mrs. Manso and me, but I was so scared, so afraid of losing you! This sin is responsible for all this, isn’t it?”
“It doesn’t matter, my love,” Nana Kwadwo replied. “All that doesn’t matter now. What matters is that you stopped it, and you pledged your love to me. What matters is that God has broken that curse, and on this dawn, with the moon so bright in the air, I just want to go home with you, my darling! A new beginning, a new dawn, and a honeymoon for us!”
He put his hands on both sides of her face and kissed her tenderly.
“First, my love, my dearest, loving husband, I want to accept Christ fully, love! I have learned a lesson, and seen that life without Christ is worthless! And then baptism, and then home! Where’s that pastor?”
He scowled at her deeply.
“Heerh, what baptism at this time? As for repentance, it is good, you can repent right now, my love,” Nana Kwadwo said seriously. “But as for the baptism, you’ll have to wait, young lady, because I’m sending you home right now to make the sweetest, most long-lasting love to you. I swear I won’t wait for anything else!”
Ewura Akua laughed with a happiness so great that she felt her heart would burst, and she closed her eyes as his hands came around her face again…and his lips descended tenderly and passionately on hers.
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