Avoiding the law comes natural to people like Numerologist.com Review Jake. Not because he was an evil man with wicked intentions, but rather because he was always a little short of what it takes to keep the law happy. Today, when Jake Chanson left work, he turned right onto Randoff Lane. Taking the back roads was easy. It only cost a little more in gas and it enabled him to fully avoided the Route 12 license check.
The ride through tree-lined residential areas could be pleasant, even joyful. Jake Chanson traveled toward home, a happy camper with no need to worry about the cares of tomorrow. He didn't have much, but he was content with what little it was. Randy Edison had no more than turned the corner before Crystal Summers came out of her garage with a set of honed, Emerson wire cutters in her gloved hands. It only took half a dozen snips to separate the young father's handiwork from her fence. Smiling in self-satisfaction, she pushed the coil of remnant materials back toward the young couples home.
Susan was watching Tina and James play, but she was also busy. And today, her timing would prove to be really, really bad. She looked through the screen door. Both James and Tina were in clear sight. They were sitting on the ground, playing in a pile of sand and toys. Susan smiled. It was good to have their own house, even if it was small and a bit run down.SAYING 'yes' to Jesus is a familiar catchcry, but what does it mean when we break past the niceties of cliché - which are, the nod and ignore responses of a Christianity that is so far beyond being reached.
Saying 'yes' to Jesus is an action expressing the single notion, I follow you, Jesus, and I do what you say, even when I don't like it. That is discipleship. It's nothing more complicated than that. What might be a continual test of our love, our resolve, our patience, and our faith, is actually based out of quite a simple decision.