If She Only Knew

Here is another part of the new book from ‘Mike’s’ perspective:


Sitting in his office, he allowed his mind to drift about her. He knew the visions were becoming more real, and more intense, in his life. Mike was afraid it was a trick of the enemy. Seeing this woman almost every night in every dream started to scare him, but somehow, someway, Mike felt like these visions and dreams would become a reality.

He blushed, thanking God he was alone, as he recalled waking up one morning with such intensity in his manhood he was almost ashamed.

“Almost.” He whispered to himself. His cell phone pulled him out of his day dreaming; it was his pastor. “Pastor Whitlow, how are you?”

“I’m good Michael; I was just checking on you because you crossed my mind this afternoon. Bishop said to give you a call.”

Straightening up in his chair Mike looked around the office as if he were being watched. He knew his pastor and her husband walked strongly in the prophetic. “Well, ma’am, I’m good.”

“Are you retiring this year, Mike?”

“I plan to.” He responded.

“Are you dating, Mike?” She asked slowly.

“Uhm, No ma’am.”

“Mike, I’ve had a vision of you with a woman; this woman was in the hospital.”

He cleared his throat and said, “I’m not sure whom that is, Pastor Whitlow.”

“Mike, tell me you haven’t had these same visions.”

He let the phone drop slightly from his ear as he pondered lying to her; he knew he couldn’t, but he, too, couldn’t explain this woman or even share what her name is.

“I’ve had the same visions, Pastor.” He responded reluctantly.

“She’s your wife, Mike.”


Dana Williamson

Writer, Author, Coach, Minister of the Gospel


Another Visit

Yes, I’m still creating this book I shared with you in the previous post, but it is full of the intimacy a Christian has and is full of the suspense of the unknown? Are you ready?

She shut the door behind her and leaned against it as she let the worries of the day play over in her mind. Before she opened her eyes an invigorating aroma filled her nose. Quickly, she realized it was a man cologne and her eyes flew open. There at the bottom of her stairs sat “Mike”; he just stared at her with chin resting on his folded hands.

“Why?” She asked.

“Why what?”

“Why are you here?”

“You know why; it’s all in the plan.”

“I don’t know the full extent of the plan. This isn’t fair you just show up!” She leaned her head back, closed her eyes and sighed. “It’s just not fair.” She said lowering her voice.

“It’s not about what is fair, but what is right.” She felt his breath in her ear as whispered his response. When she opened her eyes he was gone; another visit from her future king.

“God, not again!!!”

Dana Williamson

B.A.D. LLC dba B.A.D. BOOKS.


Not the Christian Stereotype

I am loved. I am want to be loved, and I want to give all of my love to my future king. Spiritually, neither of us are ready.

I spoke this today in my spirit, out-loud, and now here; why? People believe Christians don’t feel loving in a way a wife loves a husband. We’re adults here so let me be clear: wives want to love on their husbands behind closed doors 15 years into their marriage as if they are still newlyweds. Wives want to give their entire bodies to their husbands because that’s what we do. (I was a wife so I can say we.)

Yet, society doesn’t look at a Christian being able to do that.

Let me shut down the stereotype: SEX IS NORMAL. GOD intended for a man and a woman to have SEX. Maybe it reproduces a short version of themselves maybe it doesn’t, but GOD INTENDED for us to enjoy each other sexually as well when we’re not having sex.

Why are we, my future king and myself, not ready?

We live lives that are building on the gifts God has given us. We haven’t even had a chance to court each other let along be ready to give to each other lovingly. You’re probably asking why am I talking about this: BECAUSE SOMEONE ELSE IS WONDERING ABOUT THEIR SEX LIFE IN A CHRISTIAN HOME.

Let go of the  religious rhetoric and love on your husband. Whether it is the kitchen, bedroom, shower or garage (yesssss, stop being so timid), keep the flame lite.


Love ya!

Dana Williamson



The Day You Wake Up: A Seer Dreams

Getting prepared to finish my 15 tasks for the day, I replayed the dream in my mind and I tried to shake the feeling of something unfinished, yet to do, or whatever. The Lord was saying so much to me that I was killing myself; it didn’t help that the enemy was hurting my head with doubt on all that I had seen and heard yesterday. Today, more had to happen as a result of my obedience yesterday.

I woke up and stumbled across many things the one day I woke up and started to write this new book. Yes, the DAY YOU WAKE UP is an ebook presented only by B.A.D. Books; preorders will be accepted in two days.

Nonetheless, the things I stumbled across were spiritual insights for me that were shocking. I walk in the prophetic and I have the seer anointing. A seer is someone that is given insight through vision and dreams. These visions and dreams are very vital for the world.

So what are the dreams the seer sees? I see end-time. I see current time. I see future love.

And that LADIES AND GENTLEMEN is why we’re here. I want you to grasp this message for you as I have grasped it for me:

…it was so intense, the feeling that went through my body, I had to repent. The thoughts that went through my mind were so lustful at any moment I knew HELL was about to open it’s doors.

“Take this from me Lord.” I whispered and just as quickly it was over. I opened my eyes again and looked at the time; an hour had passed and my experience was weighing heavy on my heart. Another vision. I started to cry. It was another morning of tests and trials…


There are times God will want you to seek Him while waiting on your king. The intimacy of another new day challenged me to call on God for healing, deliverance, rebuke and change. I want to be right for my king when He comes and having issues is not acceptable.


Healing and deliverance comes in so many forms; get in position to get healed and delivered so that you’re ready.

Dana Williamson





King and Queen Chronicles: Partners

This is short and sweet as we go into the  new year:




When you make decisions in life thinking of the TWO OF YOU as ONE, you understand that conversations may be hard and you may  not agree all the time, but when you are determined to win, you will WIN.


God bless.


Dana Williamson

King and Queen Chronicles: Leaving the Comfort Zone

When husbands and wives get older, they tend to stay in the places they have been in most of the lives/marriages. This can cause things to get boring.

I don’t want a boring marriage. My next marriage will be full of exciting events. We will travel. We will create opportune moments to increase our love for each other as well as kingdom building and growing in our entrepreneurship.

The importance of getting out of your comfort zone is to make sure you keep the love alive in your marriage. No one else will do that for you. It is you two and God; God put you both together and no devil in hell can tear you apart. With that, you must put the work in.

Get out of your comfort zones.

  • Take mini trips around the world not just across the country.
  • Send love notes.
  • Send flowers.
  • Go to the movies…as a matter of fact GO TO THE DRIVE IN…
  • Stay at a hotel far from home.
  • Whatever it is you want to do, DO IT. Don’t let anyone say you can’t.

God bless.

Happy New year.

Dana Williamson

King and Queen Chronicles: Do what works

Every day someone is contemplating divorce or getting divorced; today think about what you need to do to stay married. That means doing what works.

What works?

  • Take the time to remember how you fell in love and bring that back, or increase it.
  • Take time away just for the two of you and keep up with what you want and desire for your lives together.
  • Remember that God is the 3rd strand of your marriage; pray together.
  • Remember to keep people out of your business.
  • Never under estimate the power of prayer in your spouse.

Do what works.

Dana Williamson

Going to the Throne

Father God,

I stand here today praying for my king. I am praying for, wherever he is right now thanking you in advance for bringing us together for kingdom building.

Lord, you have put us in a place to see each other again, but are preparing us, individually to be in a place to love each other as you love us. We are not conforming to the world Lord God; I thank you for the mind to choose you and pray for those that haven’t yet.

Lord I ask you to cover my king as waits for the appointed time you have given him;  the proper time to do what is necessary for us to be husband and wife. I ask you Lord to keep me, clean me, and prepare me for my king.

I ask you Lord to walk with us as we are awake, and even asleep; help us to see you at work in our lives. Cleanse us of anything that may be impure, lustful, etc, that goes against your word.

Father, in the name of your son JESUS, I ask you these things as I continue to obey and do what you have commanded me to in ministry and in business. Lord, my king is your son; keep him safe on earth; keep him safe at his job; keep him safe from harm and the enemy that tries to come up against him and the plan you have for his life. In Jesus name..amen.



King and Queen Chronicles: The Same Page

Forgiving it All

My husband used to tell me we need to be on the same page, but we weren’t even looking at the same life. (that’s another message)

Although we’re friends now, what happened in our marriage was a lack of understanding each other in order to be on the same page. Some of you may be saying oh that’s communication; no, its understanding each other. Understand that you may be total opposites, but love brings opposites together IF they understand that. Love is the glue in the middle of most misconceptions, miscommunication, and not being on the same page. If you don’t have true unconditional love, you can’t even fathom what you don’t understand.

So what do you do?

Well look at the picture above; you forgive yourself for not taking a moment to put your spouse first. You forgive even though it hurts. You turn the page, from the mess on this page, and you get a clean sheet and start over. Sit down and listen to your king or queen, and understand them. Listen with your whole heart, not your bottom line. In the end you will be on the same page of understanding, communication, and most of all LOVE!!


Dana Williamson

King and Queen Chronicles: Loving and Living

You are never too married to date.


You must love on each other so much that you can’t wait to get a night alone. A night alone is not just sex behind closed doors; it’s dinner or a movie; walks in the park/beach, drives in the country. Alone time is loving and living.

Rekindle the Love

Date night is getting away from family, friends, bars (I’m just saying…you have an entourage at a bar), and time together.

So when you rekindle the love what are you thinking of-times with others or with your spouse. Consider getting a hotel room in the next nearest state, or in another county. Consider a weekend getaway with limited cell phones; consider anything that will help you rekindle the love.

Date night..make it one to remember every time you get together!


Dana Williamson