Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Are You Having A Bad Day?
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I heard Dr. Chuck Swindol say, “Each day is different. Some days you wake up and ‘Good morning, Lord. Then some mornings you say, ‘Good Lord, morning!”
The following is a revised thought I recently read.
Me: “God, can I ask you something?”
Me: “God please promise you won’t get mad?”
GOD: “I promise.“
Me: “God why did you let so much bad stuff happen to me today?”
GOD: “What do you mean?“
Me: “Well this morning I woke up late. It ruined my day.”
GOD: “I know!“
Me: “My car took forever to start.”
GOD: “I noticed!“
Me: “At lunch, they made my sandwich wrong and I had to wait.”
Me: “On the way home, my cell phone went dead.”
GOD: “Yes it did!“
Me: “And when I got home, I just wanted to massage my feet and relax, but the cord broke. Nothing went
right today! Lord, why did you do that?”
GOD: “Well, let me respond. This morning the death angel was at your bed. I had to send
an angel to battle him for your life. I let you sleep through it.”
GOD: “I didn’t let your car start because at the time, there was a drunk driver on the road.”
GOD: “The first person who made your sandwich today was sick and I didn’t want you to catch what they had.”
GOD: “Your phone went dead because the person calling was stirring up strife in the church. You did not need to be involved.”
Me: “Thank you God!“
GOD: “Oh, by the way, the electrical foot massager had a short that would have electrocuted you.
Me: “I’m so very sorry God!“
GOD: “Don’t be sorry, just learn to trust me in all things, the good and the bad. I know what is best for you.”
Me: “I have learned my lesson! Thank you God for a wonderful day!“
GOD: “You’re welcome! Just remember that tomorrow I will again be handling all your problems. I will not need your help. So, have a good day.”
Every day, the we should be able to say,
“This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it” (Psalms 118:24).
So as we say in Trenton, “Have a good-un y’all!"
These are Words of Wisdom.