Summary: Forgive the poor English but common sense ain't to common. We seem to to have fallen in love with ignorance and stupidity. Why stay beneath our privledge, God can help us... Study to show your approved.
COMMON SENSE "AIN'T TOO COMMON?"
By Wade Martin Hughes,Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com
ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.
COMMON SENSE? HAVE YOU EVER NOTICE TODAY COMMON SENSE
"AIN'T TOO COMMON?"
Common sense: the ability to think and behave in a reasonable way and to make good
decisions. Sound, prudent judgment based on simple perception of the facts or situations.
Level headed: You know how in Kentucky we know if a person is level headed?
They have ambeer (tobacco spit) coming out of both sides of their mouth.
You may buy a diploma and a great education ---
BUT ALL WISDOM BEGINS AND ENDS WITH GOD...
commandments: for this is the whole duty of man.
One of the best ways to counter a foolish argument is to stay silent.
Sometimes wisdom and courage is to LISTEN CLOSELY.
KNOWLEDGE CAN BE MEMORIZED, WISDOM REQUIRES THINKING THROUGH...
HOW MANY REMEMBER WHEN CRACKER JACKS OR CEREAL
HAD A PRIZE IN THE BOTTOM OF THE PACKAGE?
WE WERE SO EXCITE TO GET A NEW BOX OF CEREAL FOR THERE WAS A PRIZE
IN THE BOTTOM OF THE BOX.
Mom would make us wait until we got to the bottom to get the prize.
We did not want to wait, we would sneak into the kitchen and dig to the bottom of the
package to get out the PRIZE. Mom would get mad at us and smack our hands. We were
not allowed to dig through the food to get the prize.
WE WOULD HAVE TO EAT THE CEREAL AND WHOEVER GOT TO THE BOTTOM
FIRST WOULD CHERISH THE PRIZE.
I PONDER: WHY DIDN'T WE TURN THE BOX UPSIDE DOWN AND OPEN IT?
FEW EVER COME TO THE BOTTOM LINE... THE CONCLUSION?
REAL COMMON SENCE COMES BY DIGGING AND SIFTING THROUGH ALL THE
to be chosen than silver!
shall be added unto you. 34 Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take
thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.
I GUESS WE WILL NEVER UNDERSTAND? DON'T MISS IT. SADDLE UP?
A read where a young man had been laying around doing nothing. When an old man came up
to him with a STRONG and very fast horse all saddled up and ready to go. The horse was equipped
with some very large bags to carry their loads.
The old man gave orders to the young man. Ride as fast and as hard as you can and you
will find a huge flowing river. When you get to the river dismount and pick up the rocks and place
them in the provided bags.You have to be back here before day light.
So the young man rode the horse and just as the old man had told him, he came to the
river. In the darkness, he jumped down off the horse and grabbed two hands full of the rocks
and placed them in one of the bags.