Posted by: pastordiehl   in Uncategorized

Before a burglary trial, the judge explained to the defendant, “You can let me try your case, or you can choose to have a jury of your peers.”

The man thought for a moment. “What are peers?” he asked.

“They’re people just like you – your equals.”

“Forget it,” retorted the defendant. “I don’t want to be tried by a bunch of thieves.”

Because people are just like us (guilty) we don’t like it when they judge us. But we are just as unlikely to judge them. The best bet is for each of us to try our best to encourage others and let God do the judging.


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Kerry Dickey

Amen!Amen!Amen! God is the final authority and Jesus is the only way to a better life. may God Bless you and your family today. No I haven’t given up on prayer for all churches and for all of our brothers and sisters and oh my our precious Israelean brothers who are taking a bold stand to keep the borders intact. Lets just keep our focus on God as what a huge awakening going on In florida as we are in over twenty weeks and over a 100 thousand souls for christ from across the nation out of Rodney Howard Brownes church as families, kids, people from all walks of life are being trained,sent out and being a bold witness, in Restaraunts, wal-mart parking lots , at baseball games, wow as I told Guy Lepley I pray for that outpouring up here and boldness of the holy spirit to flow as God is taking it out of the four church walls and into peoples hearts. Praise God. All in love Kerry D.

May 22nd, 2011 at 5:30 pm

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