God's Salvation Described!
A man was hitch hiking down the road; and he had a hound dog with him. And a fellow was driving down the road and he saw the man and he thought he would have compassion on him so he stopped. And he said, man do you need a ride? He said I sure do. He said well you can get in the car but your dog has to stay. I can't have a dog get in my car. You can get in that is fine. And the man said that is all right. He will keep up with us. And the man thought, I don't think so. But the man got in and they took off down the road. He looked out his window and he saw the dog running along beside them. They were doing about 40 mph. And the dog was keeping up just fine. And the fellow said I have never seen a dog run like that.
So he said, I am just going to test him out. So he kicked it on up to 65 mph and the dog was still keeping up with him. He said, that is remarkable but I am going to see how fast he can go. So he kicked it on up to 80 mph. The dog is still keeping up with him and that just irritated him to no end! He couldn't believe the dog could actually keep up with them. So he slammed on his brakes and when he did the dog slammed on his brakes and came to a screeching halt. And the man said to the hitch hiker, I want to tell you I have never in my life seen a dog that can run as fast as yours. But you know what, I noticed there that your dog has the hairiest tongue of any dog I have ever seen. His tongue is just covered with hair. The hitchhiker said well that is not his tongue that is his tail. He just isn't use to stopping that fast!
We are continuing a study that we introduced last Sunday Night from the Book of Ephesians. We mentioned that Paul wrote this Book from the City of Rome while in his first imprisonment. He also wrote Philippians, Colossians, and Philemon during this first incarceration. He was on what was described as house arrest for two years, and set free for aw ...
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