What Do We Do Now? (7 of 7) by Jeff Schreve
This content is part of a series.What Do We Do Now? (7 of 7)
Series: Get Real
2 Peter 3:11
We've been in a series on Sunday nights on the book of 2nd Peter, entitled, "Get Real." And tonight, I'm going to finish my series on 2nd Peter, and we're going to look at the rest of the book in chapter 3. And I've entitled my sermon today, "What Do We Do Now?"
I heard about a little boy. He was just about 7 years old, and he was on an airplane for the first time all by himself. Mom and dad weren't with him. None of his brothers and sisters were with him. And he sat on the window seat. And he got there and he was the only one there on his aisle. And he sat by the window seat. And he thought, Great, I'm not going to have anybody sitting next to me. And just then, a big, muscular, tattooed, bald-headed, goateed guy with pierced everywhere - ears, nose, I mean, just the scariest, meanest looking guy he had ever seen in his life, he sat down right next to him right in the middle seat.
And the kid was kind of frightened „cause he was sitting next to this guy. And the guy, he wasn't in the airplane but about 5 minutes and he fell fast asleep. Well, the kid wasn't really used to flying all that much. And as the airplane got up there and he started to get a little nauseous. He started to get a little airsick. And he thought, I need to go to the restroom because I think I might be sick. And, ah, the, the man, he was huge, and he was taking up the, the seat next to him. And he, and the little kid thought,
Well, he's asleep. I don't want to wake him up. And he was looking over the man to see how can I cram, climb over him, crawl over him. And just then the plane hit a socket and he just got uncontrollable nauseous and he just threw up all over the man, just all over him. And, then, the little kid said, "Well, wow, what am I going to do now?" And he's thinking, thinking, thinking. And after a few minutes, the big, strong guy woke up. And he looked down, and he looked at his chest, and ...
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