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WITandWISDOM(tm) - June 8, 2007
God doesn’t always still the storm, but he can calm the sailor.
Source: Guideposts, Copyright (c) March 2007, http://www.guideposts.org
~~~~~~~ SPECIAL THOUGHTS:
Dr. S. D. Gordon tells of an old Christian woman whose age began to tell on her memory. She had once known much of the Bible by heart. Eventually only one precious bit stayed with her: “I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that he is able to keep that which I have committed unto him against that day.” By and by part of that slipped its hold, and she would quietly repeat, “That which I have committed unto him.”
At last as she hovered on the borderland between time and eternity, her loved ones noticed her lips moving. They bent down to see whether she needed anything. She was repeating over and over again to herself the one word of the text: “Him—him—him.” She had lost the whole Bible except one word. But she had the whole Bible in that one word.
By Kenneth J. Holland
Source: These Times, Copyright (c) September 1982, Pacific Press, http://www.signstimes.com
~~~~~~~ THIS & THAT:
Jeremy and Michael, our five-year-old twin boys, had each claimed one parent for his own and were very possessive of the one they favored.
This became evident at a family gathering when a relative asked Jeremy where his parents were.
"Well, that's my dad over there," he said, gesturing towards me. "And that's Michael's mom standing beside him."
Submitted by Lorraine
~~~~~~~ KEEP SMILING:
Our parish priest suddenly became ill and asked his twin brother, also a priest, to fill in for him and conduct a funeral Mass scheduled for that day. His brother, of course, agreed.
It was not until the brother was accompanying the casket down the aisle, however, that he realized that he had neglected to ask the gender of the deceased. This was information that he would need for his remarks during the service.
Thinking quickly, as he approached the first pew where the deceased's relatives were seated, he nodded toward the casket and whispered to one woman, "Brother or sister?"
"Cousin," she replied.
Source: Smile a Day Newsletter (c), http://www.net153.com/best.htm
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