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All the King's Horses

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  • ThomH
    Good Guys, We all know that when we sin, we face consequences which can sometimes seem way out of proportion to the sin to which they are attached at the
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 30, 2010
      Good Guys,

      We all know that when we sin, we face consequences which can sometimes seem way out of proportion to the sin to which they are attached at the moment, but may be more reflective of a series of poor choices.  

      My life marches on in "All the King's Horses," chapter 7 of "The Weight of Who I Am?"  So, what did AT&T decide to do?  

      I hope you gain something from this week's post at  http://thom-signsofastruggle.blogspot.com/

      Here's a graph from this week's chapter:

      During the same two weeks that my appeal to the church shifted from a hope for pastoral counseling to the reality of membership removal, the impact my arrest would have on my job as Oklahoma Chief of Staff for AT&T revealed itself. Twenty years of corporate ladder-climbing and employee loyalty found a formidable foe in the five-minute park conversation. Had the unraveling reached a point beyond retrieval?

      I pray that your week is going well and that you are turning everything over to Christ.

      God Bless,

      Thom
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