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What Whine Goes With Cooked Goose?

Written by Rev. James L. Snyder

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Then it happened.

I went intorepparttar bathroom to shave and get ready forrepparttar 118096 day. The first thing I noticed was a piece of paper taped on my mirror withrepparttar 118097 words in bold print, "Don't forget to pick up our grandson at 2:30." I chuckled as I pulled it offrepparttar 118098 mirror.

I finished dressing and headed forrepparttar 118099 kitchen. When I went to pour a cup of coffee there is a piece of paper taped onrepparttar 118100 coffeepot. "Don't forget to pick up our grandson at 2:30."

I openedrepparttar 118101 refrigerator door to fix my breakfast and taped inside was a piece of paper. "Don't forget to pick up our grandson at 2:30."

This was getting to be a little ridiculous. Taped onrepparttar 118102 television screen was another piece of paper. "Don't forget to pick up our grandson at 2:30."

In fact, all overrepparttar 118103 house were little pieces of paper: "Don't forget to pick up our grandson at 2:30."

I could not believerepparttar 118104 love of my life did not trust me with this assignment. I will confess to you, my feelings were just a little bit hurt at this lack of confidence.

You think you know somebody and then they treat you like this. To say I was indignant is to grossly underestimate my feelings atrepparttar 118105 time.

I took it, however, likerepparttar 118106 man I am and went about my business forrepparttar 118107 day.

When I came home for lunch I sawrepparttar 118108 notes again, which refueled my indignancy, but I refused to let that get me down.

I headed back for my office and tucked inrepparttar 118109 back of my headrepparttar 118110 2:30 appointment.

Back inrepparttar 118111 office, I busied myself with my work forrepparttar 118112 day. I must sayrepparttar 118113 work was going extremely well. Atypically,repparttar 118114 telephone did not ring once. It was absolutely heaven.

I glanced at my watch and noted that it was 2:55 and congratulated myself with a good day's work. As I looked at my watch, I hadrepparttar 118115 feeling I was overlooking something. I racked my brain, but nothing came.

Thenrepparttar 118116 telephone rang. As it rang, a light- bulb went on in my head. When I picked uprepparttar 118117 phone my wife was onrepparttar 118118 other end and simply said, "Don't forget to pick up our grandson at 2:30" and hung uprepparttar 118119 phone.

A familiar feeling crept into my mind; my goose was cooked and it was well done.

"Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall. Better it is to be of an humble spirit withrepparttar 118120 lowly, than to dividerepparttar 118121 spoil withrepparttar 118122 proud. He that handleth a matter wisely shall find good: and whoso trusteth inrepparttar 118123 Lord, happy is he." (Proverbs 16:18-20 KJV.)

The Reverend James L. Snyder is an award winning author whose writings have appeared in more than eighty periodicals including GUIDEPOSTS. In Pursuit of God: The Life of A. W. Tozer, Snyderís first book, won the Readerís Choice Award in 1992 by Christianity Today. Snyder has authored 8 books altogether.

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