Kevin Welborn | @theKevinWelborn
I don’t have a nemesis. Some days, I want a nemesis. At least an archenemy. Archenemies are typically less diabolical than nemesises. Nemesisises…nemesisi. What is the plural of nemesis? It doesn’t matter, I am certain that no one is allowed more than one nemesis.
Anyway, if I had a nemesis I would at least always have something to do. If I was bored, I could just conjure up some scheme that would antagonize my rival. When shenanigans happened, people would just comment, “Oh, it’s just Kevin and the Bad Guy again”. Were a nemesis to be had, make no mistake that tomfoolery and escapades would be a certainty.
The real truth is that I do not want an enemy. Much less an archenemy. Now, I know that the Bible calls Satan “the enemy”, but I mean that I do not want another human being to be my enemy. I am also aware that preaching the Gospel of Jesus will be very offensive to some.
But to have a bona fide enemy? That is a heavy thought.
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