|The Easter Bunny That Got Away (standard:humor, 905 words)|
|Author: Godspenman||Added: Apr 15 2018||Views/Reads: 488/285||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Sometimes we confuse the two and in that confusion, we cause alarm. I want to be able to differentiate between the Bunny element and the rat element in my life so that I can have peace and tranquility.|
Click here to read the first 75 lines of the story that puzzles me to this day. The elder held up the little white bunny and told everybody, “It's okay, it's not a rat, it's a little bunny. A little bunny can hurt nobody.” All of the congregation, including Mrs. Steward, sat down in their pew and laughed and laughed while clapping their hands for the elder who saved the day. I was even laughing and clapping myself. I didn't know what to do now that my magic trick was out the window, it was hard to get the attention of the little ones. I finally dismissed them to their classes and try to bring the congregation back to some level of sanity. I can't remember what my sermon was that day, but I do remember there was a lot of chuckling throughout my sermon. I'm not sure anybody was even listening to my sermon. I was tempted to preach the sermon the next Sunday, but it wasn't Easter Sunday. I could keep it until next year, which is probably what I did. Sometimes things are not always what they seem to be. The challenge is in the midst of turmoil to find what is really true. Perhaps this is what Solomon was thinking of when he said, “There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death” (Proverbs 14:12). There's a big difference between a bunny and a rat. Sometimes we confuse the two and in that confusion, we cause alarm. I want to be able to differentiate between the Bunny element and the rat element in my life so that I can have peace and tranquility. Tweet
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