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Love your Lord and avoid fighting in Church.

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  • Ronnie Daniel
    When you do not love your Lord; you do not obey His commandments. When you do not obey his commandments; you fight with your wife. When you fight with your
    Message 1 of 1 , May 17, 2012
      When you do not love your Lord; you do not obey His commandments.

      When you do not obey his commandments; you fight with your wife.

      When you fight with your wife; she will not respect you.

      When your wife will not respect you; you get frustrated.

      When you get frustrated; you take that frustration to your Church on Sunday.

      When you take your frustration to Church; your co-parishioners imitates your frustration.

      When your co-parishioners imitates your frustration; you have a fight in Church.

      When you have a fight in Church; you take it to your Bishop.

      When you take it to your Bishop; you will find that the Bishop is on overseas trip.

      When your Bishop is on overseas trip; you will not get a reply to your complaint.

      When you will not get a reply; you approach the Bishop of the opposite faction.

      When you approach the Bishop of the opposite faction; He use the opportunity to lock out your Church.

      When your Church is locked out; your children have no place to worship.

      When your children have no place to worship; they go out to have undesirable company on Sundays.

      When they meet undesirables; they marry undesirables.

      When they marry undesirables; you have grand children not interested in Church.

      When you have children and grand children not interested in church; there will be no incense placed on your tomb.

      When there is no incense placed on your tomb; your soul will be miserable in hell.

      Obey Lord's commandments and don't be miserable.

      ( Idea from the following Direct TV ad)
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-zG5U0v3gU

      Ronnie Daniel
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