The Family Who Stole from God (3 of 8) by Jeff Strite
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Series: The Biggest Losers
A man told this story at his first AA meeting: He’d gone to a party and had too much to drink.
His friends pled with him to let them drive him home but he said no, he only lived a mile away.
About 5 blocks from the party, the police pulled him over for weaving and asked him to get out of the car and walk the line. Just as he started, the police radio blared out a notice of a robbery in a house just a block away. The police told him to stay put, they’d be right back… and they hopped a fence and ran down the street to the robbery.
The guy waited and waited and he waited… and finally decided to drive home.
When he got there, he told his wife he was going to bed and to tell anyone who might come looking for him that he had the flu and had been in bed all day.
A few hours later the police knocked on the door. They ask if the man lived there and his wife said yes. They asked to see him and she replied that he was in bed with the flu all day.
The police had his driver’s license.
Then they asked to see his car… and she asks why. They insist on seeing his car, so she takes them to the garage and opens the door… and there sat their police car, with lights still flashing. (‘‘Pastor Tim’’ April 3, 2007)
- He thought he’d covered his tracks.
- He’d escaped from the police… made it home safely.
- He’d carefully hidden the fruit of his sins.
- He even had an alibi.
Now, if it just weren’t for that pesky, police car out in the garage he might have been home free.
Numbers 32:23 warns us ‘‘Be sure your sin will find you out.’’
Or as Psalm 139:11-12 so aptly puts it
‘‘If I say, ‘Surely the darkness will hide me and the light become night around me,’ even the darkness will not be dark to you; the night will shine like the day, for darkness is as light to you.’’
You might be able to hide your sins from the police.
You might be able to hide your sins from your fol ...
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