Mar. 19, 2019


“Put on then, as God's chosen ones, holy and beloved, compassionate hearts, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience. Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the Lord forgave you.” Colossians 3:12-13

I’m told I have entirely too much common sense. I’m told logic overrides my emotions when it comes to my worldview. So, I hesitate to ask the questions, but I must. I can’t help it. I just must!

A. If you don’t believe the TV news, why do you keep watching it?

B. If you insist on watching it, do we really have to hear your rebuttals?

C. Why is your opinion more trustworthy than someone else’s?

D. If we live in a time of fake news, why is your one-sidedness making it any better?

E. Why are we supposed to accept Trump won the election fair and square by moving on while you want to harp on Judge Ed Emmett’s replacement?

F. Shouldn’t we accept she won fair and square and move on? Ed Emmett has.

G. Why do we gripe that everything has become political when it is the expert commentators on Facebook making everything about politics?

H. Do you really think you should push somebody’s buttons while they are under intense stress?

I. Do you understand the concept of “kicking them while they’re down?

J. Does it make you feel powerful when you inflict the first kick?

K. If you keep kicking, why are you surprised when the wounded get up and slap you?

I’ll save the remainder of the alphabet for another day.