by Daniel Rodgers

When You Need to Hear from God
Dan Rodgers
Psalm 61:1-8

HUMOR: I'm glad to have my mother and my brother, Les and his wife, Priscilla with us today. They are spending the night with us tonight, and guess what? The four of us are going to play golf in the morning. Isn't that great?

Les is kind of my golf mentor. He's been playing for about thirty-five years, and I have been playing for about three...he's taught me quite a bit. However, I want to be quick to add; I did beat him on one hole not long ago. I forgot to bring my camera. Wouldn't ya know it?

ILLUS: We enjoy playing golf, as we have the opportunity; but it's certainly not a consuming thing, as it is with some--not quite as bad as the fellow who got home from his round of golf a little later than normal. His wife noticed that he seemed a little more tired than usual. "Did you have a bad day at the course, dear?" his wife asked. "Yea, everything was going fine, until Harry had a heart attack and died on the 10th tee." "That's terrible," she said. "You're not kidding me. For the whole back nine it was hit the ball, drag Harry, hit the ball, drag Harry."

HUMOR: The other day Wayne was telling me about an incident he had playing golf a few days earlier. He said, "After one of my 'not so good games,' I had parked my golf cart, and was walking to the parking lot to get my car, as I was doing so, a policeman stopped me and asked me for my name. "Wayne Moore," I said. The policeman asked, "Did you tee off on the sixteenth hole about twenty minutes ago?" Wayne said, "I was rather surprised at the question, but I responded, "Yes, as a matter of fact I did." "Did you happen to hook your ball so that it went over the trees and off the course?" "Well...yes, I did. How did you know?" "Well," said the policeman very seriously, "Your ball flew out onto the highway and crashed through a driver's windshield. The car went out of control, crashing into five other cars and a fire truc ...

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