26 Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they? 27 Which of you by worrying can add one cubit to his stature?
Listening to this update, I had a good laugh because I’ve done what Farag says not to do. I enjoy it sometimes and entertain it at times but not every time. The thoughts of “What If’s” I have fun with this now (once again, not every time).
“What if you go to jail for being a Christian?”
“What if I step on a crack and break my mamma’s back?”
“Right, but what if they come for you in your sleep?”
“When do I sleep?”
“But what if there’s a nuclear attack?”
“Oh no, you’re right! I mean, I could be walking down the street, step on a crack, break my mom’s back while stepping on a lady bug or a wasp chases me, thus creating a wind current that causes Putin to get a chill up on his back only to hit the nuke button…oh no!”
“Well? What if?”
“Meh, God’s got this no matter what.”
“Oh, I’m sorry, I forgot you were there. You may go now.”
I now think I understand why God allowed my meeting back in high school with a Marine Recruiter which resulted in kicking me out of his office for wasting his time for three hours (He wouldn’t take no for an answer on the phone, so I wasted his time. I even had a friend come with me for the meeting.) If I can annoy a recruiter for three hours till he kicks me out - think about how much annoyance I can bring to the evil thoughts coming to mind? “WHAT IF”
At least Farag added that the church still offers exemption letters should we need them. If we’re still here.