Mr. Dress Up of CBC TV, had a tickle trunk full of goodies. When it wouldn’t open, he tickled the lock to make it work. To me all of that says tickle me with laughter and here we go!
Why don’t we cross breed mosquitos and lightning bugs so we can see them coming?
Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting it in a pineapple salad.
Question- where did Captain hook buy his hook? Answer- at the second hand store!
Pins and needles Magazine went out of business due to poor circulation.
If I boil a funny bone, will it become a laughing stock?
It’s hard to believe that when I open my mouth, sometimes my mother comes out!
When I finally figure out who I am, that means I am also deciding never to be that old version again.
Is it true that melted ice cream has no calories? (Asking for a friend!)
Deciding who you are is deciding who you will never be again.
These silly, studious or sometimes even trite sayings hold more truth that we give them credit for. Laugh as you will, dear friends but consider that there is a depth of wisdom in so many of them.
They make us think. What are you thinking about today? I mean really thinking about.
Put your thinking in a different location, perhaps like this. Your friend is struggling with debilitating disease and you have a cold. Do you purposely go in and cough on them? Of course not. They are your friend and you want to protect them. You follow the doctor’s instructions.
What if it’s only a casual acquaintance or even a stranger? Does it make a difference? It shouldn’t. If it does that says something awful about you, my friend.
You’re going to find that there will be times when people will have no stomach for solid teaching, but will fill up on spiritual junk food—catchy opinions that tickle their fancy. They’ll turn their backs on truth and chase mirages. (From 2 Timothy 4:3-5, MSG)
Prayer- (Oh God, help us to keep a solid eye on what we ae doing. Help us accept the hard times along with the good; and do a thorough job as God’s servant. (From 2 Timothy 4:3-5, MSG)