In the nursery rhyme about Humpty Dumpty, which dates back to the late eighteenth century in England, there is a story about an anthropomorphic egg that takes a tumble off a brick wall. He  becomes all discombobulated, the king’s men scramble to restore H.D. to no avail. The rest of Mr. Dumpty’s story is omelet like.  “…If you think you are standing strong, be careful not to fall…” In the Apostle Paul’s first letter to the church at Corinth he shares some truths that many twenty-first century churches and synagogues need today as much as the church in Corinth did two millennia ago. Be carful not to fall. What causes some churchgoers to fall? Bad choices, like sitting atop a tall a brick wall? Truth be told, all of us make hundreds of choices each day. Most have no right or wrong attached to them, they are just…choices. But when it comes to the things of God, choices can often come with more weight, you don’t want to get it wrong. Here’s my thought. Make your spiritual choices based on this premise. Does my choice show my love of God or my love of others? Put this into practice and stay safe. Shalom…Pastor Keith 

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