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Bill wanted to learn bow-hunting to feed his family.
He bought bow, arrows and a target.

He had no hay bales, so he placed 4 sheets of
styrofoam against the barn.

He stepped off 30 yards.
He focused, aimed and shot.
He hit the bulls eye!!

But he heard the loud crash of glass breaking.

He removed the target and styrofoam sheets.
Behind them were 3 storm windows.
He had bought them to put in the barn.

That arrow went all the way through the target,
styrofoam and the windows!!

Prov 27:17
Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend.
Rom 15:2
Let every one of us please his neighbour for his good to edification.

LIGHT from the WORD.

There are times when the results of our best-aimed intentions
are not what we planned them to be.

Sometimes our words become missiles of explosive harm
to the ears of the hearer.

Proper planning for words used in conversations requires
looking beyond the obvious and checking for possibilities
of broken hearts!

Let us weigh carefully the words we use, and stick to the
plan of sharpening "the countenance" of our friends!

Words spoken can never be "taken back."
They can only be FORGIVEN!

Let's focus on aiming our words so that they
will be used for "edification" of our friends.

Love ya!
Bro. Bruce

Love ya!
Bro. Bruce