“I took a course in speed waiting. Now I can wait an hour in only ten minutes.” – Steven Wright
My friend has a Lamborghini and it goes from 0-60 in something like warp time. My 2005 Toyota Camry? It’ll go from 0-60 in the same day. What’s the rush anyway? When it comes to timing, God’s in a whole different world. If Jesus lived today, I doubt He’d own a watch, much less wear one.
I went to the State Fair this week with my daughter, my grand daughter and a few kids. What
I walked past a jewelry store in a mall the other day during a busy shopping hour and noticed it was closed. Lights were on, I saw people inside, but the glass sliding doors complete with prison type bars clearly sent the signal…CLOSED.
I wondered, had they been robbed? Were they going out of business? Rounding the corner however, I saw a small sign on the window: Closed for Inventory.
As my pastors teach this month on “Wanting” and “Having” a strange thought occurred to
“He’s been in 25,000 automobile accidents.” That’s what the doctors said when assessing the neurological damage of Mike Webster, the greatest NFL center to ever play the game. Most people don’t even know his name. He died at 50 years old of football related injuries. The center rarely gets any attention, at all. In fact, the entire front line of a football team can play a dozen seasons and still be unknown to most fans. Quarterbacks we know. Tight ends, running backs, even co