Yesterday, I typed up my post in the new editor. The Bible verses ran off the page! I tried again in the classic editor and the same thing happened. After the third attempt, I decided to wait until today to try again. I won’t quit.
Matthew 18:1, “Jesus told them a story showing that it was necessary for them to pray consistently and never quit.” The Message
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I like to make people laugh. Not everyone gets my dry humor.
We didn’t have a guitar player for worship. The director decided to cut one instrumental.
I objected, “I get one piano solo and you cut it out.” I didn’t get a laugh.
Instead, the bass player said, “Sounds like someone is doing this for the wrong reasons.”
I burst out laughing. I thought he was funny.
Later, I shared this with a friend who “gets” my humor. I told her I should just keep quiet.
She disagreed, “You can’t stop being yourself.”
Luke 18:14, “…If you walk around with your nose in the air, you’re going to end up flat on your face, but if you’re content to be simply yourself, you will become more than yourself.” The Message
I’ve spent more time flat on my face than I care to admit. I’ve also spent time with my foot in my mouth. God loves me anyway.
“You’re an original, and it didn’t happen by accident. God designed your DNA. He made you the way He wanted you to be. He gave you your voice, your smile, your freckles, your curly hair, all those things that make you who you are.” The Word for You Today, January 21, 2019
Does everyone get your humor?
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