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Summary: Before you breathe your last, won’t you commit your spirit to Jesus? Won’t you trust that Jesus Christ was and is the Son of God? Please understand that everyone has done wrong and is in need of saving. Jesus Christ is the only plan of salvation for our s

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HE GAVE

Luke 23:44-49

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Once upon a time, there was a big fluffy rabbit with two big ears and a huge fluffy tale. A cute rabbit. An innocent rabbit. Normal in every respect except it was the hugest rabbit that anyone has ever seen. Biggest eyes anyone had ever seen. Biggest feet anyone had ever seen. A big ol’ rabbit. This rabbit decided to take a walk down the street of his town. It was a nice day for a walk.

The rabbit started down the street and was enjoying his walk. He greeted his neighbors and they greeted him. He got to the end of his block and the neighbor that lived closest to him was sitting in his front yard… just sitting there in the grass looking dejected and sad. “What is the matter neighbor?” the big ol’ rabbit asked.

The neighbor looked up with sadness. “I have had a run of bad luck. Now I know it was my own fault. My wife left me. My children don’t like me. My truck broke down. Even my dog died. Yes my life is a sad country music song.” Now as the neighbor was telling the tale of his woes and bad luck, he began to get a small smile on his face.

“Gosh,” the rabbit said in response, “I am so sorry. I wish there was something I could do.”

“Well,” the neighbor said getting up on his feet and eyeing the rabbit’s feet, “you know rabbit’s feet bring good luck. Everybody knows you are the biggest rabbit ever and so the good luck one of your feet would bring me is worth two lifetimes.”

The rabbit stared.

The neighbor stared.

“Yes I will.”

With that, the neighbor cut off one of the rabbit’s feet and reveled in his newfound luck. He went back in his house as happy as he could be leaving the three-legged rabbit in his front yard. The rabbit hopped on three legs down the street and continued his walk through the town. More neighbors saw him and greeted the ol’ rabbit.

The rabbit got a few blocks down the street and some other neighbors were on their porch. They were crying and trying to console one another. “What is the matter neighbors?” the big ol’ rabbit asked.

The neighbors looked up with tears in their eyes. “Our roof is leaky. Every time it rains the water leaks into our house and drives us crazy! We cannot fix our roof. It drizzles. It drips. It drops. A big rain is coming tomorrow and we don’t know what to do!” Now as the neighbors were explaining about their roof, they began to get small smiles on their faces.

“Gosh,” the rabbit said in response, “I am so sorry. I wish there was something I could do.”

“Well,” the neighbors said getting up on their feet and eyeing the rabbit’s ears, “you know your ears are the biggest rabbit ears ever. One ear could cover the front of our roof and the other ear could cover the back of our roof. We could cover our roof with your ears and our roof would not leak.”

The rabbit stared.

The neighbors stared.


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