If you read only one thing …


make it your Bible. But if you read something else as well, click here and read this. Just trust me. You won’t regret it.

Good writing needs eyes to read it.


4 Responses to “If you read only one thing …”

  1. Van Christian Says:

    Thanks, John, for pointing us to this blog. I think I might have read about this guy somewhere before, except that all this time I thought Jesus was talking about an imaginary Samaritan.

    And you’re correct, the writing is exceptional.

  2. David Troublefield Says:

    “. . . I got on my own flight, sobs choking my throat, wondering how many opportunities just like that one had I missed along the way…all
    because I didn’t want people to think I was strange. God didn’t send me to that old man. He sent that old man to me . . .”

    The rest of this one is here–don’t fail to read the whole thing: http://www3.fertilethoughts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=346466.

    We ALL need to listen up and look around!

    David Troublefield
    Minister of Education
    Lamar Baptist Church
    Wichita Falls, TX

  3. wackypreacher Says:

    Just finished a sermon on Sunday about caring like the Good Samaritan. That story fits the bill!! Will share it Wednesday night to “shore up” the message from Sunday.

  4. David Troublefield Says:

    This evening: listened up and looked around!

    Our minister of music phoned at 5:35 p.m. to say that he couldn’t keep a 6:00 appointment with a guest who visited our worship service last night–and to ask if I would go to the address to let the person know he’d be there next week. I drove to the address, and 90 minutes later drove away glad that I got to make the visit. The young man, Alex, is in recovery–but is a Christian, now living for the Lord and hungry, and wants to help others. Lots of mentoring appears needed, but the future looks good. God has His ways!

    David Troublefield
    Minister of Education
    Lamar Baptist Church
    Wichita Falls, TX

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