A Good Way to Think About These Times
I don't know about you....I am tired of hearing and writing about the effects of a pandemic on all aspects of this country. Thus, I would take a break again today and share something that a friend of mine posted. There is so much wisdom to this story.
First things First
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"One Sunday morning in a small church in Beau Bridges, the new pastor called on one of the older deacons, Boudreaux, to lead the closing prayer.
Deacon Boudreaux came up on the podium, stood by the pastor, bowed his head, and said, "Lord, I hate buttermilk!" The pastor opened one eye and wondered where this was going...
Boudreaux continued, "Lord, I hate lard!" Now, the pastor was perplexed...
Boudreaux continued, "Lord, and I ain't too crazy about plain flour neither, but after you mix em all together and bake 'em in a hot oven, I just love biscuits!"
"So Lord, help us understand when life gets hard when things come up that we don't like, and we can't figure out what you are doing, that we need to wait and see what you are making. After you get through mixing and baking, it'll probably be something even better than biscuits."
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