A group of golfers were telling tall stories. At last came a veteran’s turn. “Well,” he said, “I once drove a ball, accidentally of course, through a cottage window. The ball knocked over an oil lamp and the place caught on fire!”
“What did you do?” asked his friends.
“Oh,” said the veteran, “I immediately teed up another ball, took careful aim, and hit the fire alarm on Main Street. That brought out the fire engine before any major damage was done.”
“A bus station is where a bus stops, a train station is where a train stops and on my desk I have a work station . . .”
Thought for the day
“I know that your love will last for all time, that your faithfulness is as permanent as the sky” (Psalm 89:2 TEV).
God will never love you any more than he does right now. But he also will never love you any less than he does right now.
He loves you on your good days; he loves you on your bad days. His love is not conditioned by your response. God is love and his love is given freely. It cannot be earned and it is not undeserved.