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Sunday, January 6, 2013

1 Corinthians 13:5

[Love] does not behave rudely,

Greetings Bible Enthusiast!

Sometimes it is very easy to behave rudely, and not even give it a second thought? "Not I!"-- you are probably thinking. How about when that last call from a solicitor comes in, after you have already been interrupted from your supper several times? You abruptly end the phone call with "Just please take me off the list! Or when someone cuts you off while you are driving and you give the offender an ugly grimace? You may not think that your response effects their lives, but, just maybe, your phone call was the last straw? --and the solicitor goes home sobbing? Or the person who cut you off was preoccupied because of a recent tragedy, and your grimace just added to the burden of pain and sorrow? Something to think about...

God Bless You!

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Q. When Sarai told Abram about how Hagar was treating her, what did he say?

Answer below.



Be persuaded, timid soul, that He has loved you too much to cease loving you.

-Francois de la Fenelon



My sister-in-law Bonnie was very busy one day working in her house. She had just gotten to the basement after quite a few trips up and down when she heard the telephone ring upstairs. Tiredly, she ran back up the stairs only to hear a solicitor on the other end. "Hello, is this Bonnie D?"


"We are calling people in your area and would like to know if you would help us by participating in a brief survey."

Without missing a beat, she told them, "I'm very busy right now. You will have to survey your own briefs."



Q. When Sarai told Abram about how Hagar was treating her, what did he say?

A. He told her to do as she pleased with Hagar.

Genesis 16:6

So Abram said to Sarai, "Indeed your maid is in your hand; do to her as you please."

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