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What's worse: being hurt by the side of the road, or having people pass by while you're hurt by the side of the road? This is not happy talk. But Jesus used it in His teaching about loving our neighbors. Do you know about the good Samaritan? If you don't, you can-by listening to the next WE KIDS, little people's radio with a BIG message of new life.
Romans 12:21 is this week's Scripture to remember:
not be overcome by evil,
but overcome evil with good.
E-couragement from a grandmotherly WE KIDS listener tuned to WEEC-FM in Ohio: "Dear Mr. Nick, thank you for faithfulllly not hiding the old & sweet truths of our LORD's glorious deeds to help kids SET their & HOPE on our Living GOD!-whoohoo! Vicky" [I've always liked the idea of a WE KIDS cheerleader, Vicky. You've just been picked.]
At home in Paradise, thoughts are bouncing back to February, a year ago. Nearby Lake Oroville Dam was spilling over, eroding, and scaring almost 200,000 people below it who were told to get out of there as fast as possible. This, because last year nearly 100 inches of rain fell here after several years of drought. Now, however, we're back to dryness. And the Department of Water Resources has drained much of the lake, trying to avoid more of the panic of a year ago. But there's lots of finger-pointing and hand-wringing going on down there. So I'm asking "Who sends the rain?" and "Who withholds the rain?" and "Why would He do that?" When all else fails, people pray. We'll see how long it takes to get the people of California to that point. Meanwhile, though there's no danger to Paradise, we're bringing this before God.
To a better topic: there's nothing but praise for our Lord Jesus during the next WE KIDS. Do you know Him and love Him? You should! Whether you do or not, you're invited to jump into the next program with me. Like now!
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