by Jeff Strite

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What Do You Get For the God Who Has Everything (2 of 3)
Series: Christmas Gifts
Jeff Strite
Leviticus 2:1-16

OPEN: Tom and Joe had been high school buddies, but when they grew up, Joe left town to find his fortune. He became a very successful salesman, but never married. One day, he returned to his hometown and met Joe in a local restaurant. They exchanged stories of how their lives had changed over the years and Tom explained that he too had been successful, had married and had 3 kids.
"That's great," Joe said. "I'd like to come over and meet the family."
"We'd love to have you," Tom responded. "I tell you what, we live in a Condo over on 3221 High Street. You just drive around back to the parking lot, come up to the main door and kick it open with your foot. When you get to the elevator, push the button with your left elbow and come up to the 2nd story. That's where our apartment is."
"That's great," Joe said. "But I'm a bit puzzled. Why would I want to kick the door open with my foot and push the elevator button with my elbow?"
Tom looked astounded: "You're not coming empty handed are you?"

This past Christmas, I drew my brother's name for our family Christmas gathering. My brother is kind of hard to buy Christmas presents for. He has just about everything he needs and what he doesn't have, he can pretty well afford to buy.
What could I buy this Christmas that could possibly mean anything to him?
Then I remembered a story that had been told in our family several times in the past. When Jack was a young man, he had owned a compact car - an Austin Healey Sprite which he had taken apart, moved down to his basement and cleaned up. Then he took all the parts back up stairs and reassembled the entire car in his front drive.
He only had a couple of parts left over.
That gave me my idea. I began to search for a model car replica of the Sprite. I finally found one on the Internet for about $5. And I wrapped it up for his Christmas.
When I bought it, I ...

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