Our children need to understand that they are to be
servants to others, especially to those who are hurting
and to those who have never had the privilege of living
with a mother and a father. Before we can expect this
of them, however we as a family must actively show
grace to others.

God Is Like

A fifth grade teacher in a Christian school asked her class to look at TV commercials and see if they could use them in 20 ways to communicate ideas about God.

Here are some of the results:

God is like.
BAYER ASPIRIN
He works miracles.

God is like.
A FORD
He’s got a better idea..

God is like.
COKE
He’s the real thing.

God is like.
HALLMARK CARDS
He cares enough to send His very best.

God is like.
TIDE
He gets the stains out others leave behind. ..

God is like.
GENERAL ELECTRIC
He brings good things to life.

God is like.
WAL-MART
He has everything.

God is like.
ALKA-SELTZER
Try Him, you’ll like Him

God is like.
SCOTCH TAPE
You can’t see Him, but you know He’s there.

God is like..
DELTA
He’s ready when you are.

God is like.
ALLSTATE
You’re in good hands with Him.

God is like.
VO-5 Hair Spray;He holds through all kinds of weather

God is like.
DIAL SOAP
Aren’t you glad you have Him? Don’t you wish everybody did?

God is like .
The U.S. POST OFFICE
Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet nor ice 
will keep Him from His appointed destination.

God is like.
Chevrolet. . . .
the heart beat of America

God is like
Maxwell House. …. .
Good to the very last drop

God is like.
B o u n t y . . . .
He is the quicker picker upper. . Can handle the tough jobs. ..
And He won’t fall apart on you

“Don’t We All”?

Thanks goes out to my freind Coach Muller at Good Time Stories for this inspiring story.

Good Time Stories

I was parked in front of the mall wiping off my car. I had just come
from the car wash and was waiting for my wife to get out of work.
Coming my way from across the parking lot was what society would
consider a bum.

From the looks of him, he had no car, no home, no clean clothes, and no
money. There are times when you feel generous but there are other times
that you just don’t want to be bothered. This was one of those “don’t
want to be bothered times.”

“I hope he doesn’t ask me for any money,” I thought.

He didn’t.

He came and sat on the curb in front of the bus stop but he didn’t look
like he could have enough money to even ride the bus.
After a few minutes he spoke.
“That’s a very pretty car,” he said.
He was…

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