“Devastating”: Thomas’ Broken Leg
“You lose one of the best safeties to ever play the game,” quarterback Russell Wilson said, “(it’s) a devastating thing.” [reference article below]
Earl Thomas, of the Seattle Seahawks broke his leg – oh, the devastation!
Earl Thomas, of the Seattle Seahawks may now have time to attend church.
Opps, King County Prosecutors prosecuted Sound Doctrine Church, aka, Timothy Williams down. Which brings me to the real point of this post. Hey, Prosecutor Team of Prosecutor Mark Larson here is the #1 reason why Sound Doctrine Church, a “group so small”, as Prosecutor Jason Simmons put it, is the reason for the smallness.
Maybe even King County Prosecutors* can put this together.
Seattle Seahawks game time is Sunday, December 11, 1:25.
Sound Doctrine Church worship time would have been Sunday, December 11, 1:30.
Wonder, if one thinks real hard, what the reaction is for most individuals when inviting them to church at 1:30 in the afternoon? Gee – think that church, er, excuse me, “group” might be “small”?
The seed that fell among thorns stands for those who hear, but as they go on their way they are choked by life’s worries, riches and pleasures, and they do not mature. (Luke 8:14)
Lesson: Sound Doctrine Church’s worship time, as directed by God, use to be at 1:30 in the afternoon. This worship kick-off time naturally caused many, many to not even consider attending church. After all such can easily find a church were it was comfortable to attend.
Bonus: Even King County Prosecutors might be able to figure this one out – if they wanted to – and they don’t – so back to the devastation of a broken leg of Seattle Seahawk’s Earl Thomas. Mr. Thomas, with all respect, can I write a Scripture on your cast? You gotta keep what is important in perspective – I know I do and what is written may help you to focus on things above.
* Prosecutor Mark Larson, Prosecutor Rich Anderson, Prosecutor Jason Simmons and Prosecutor Lisa Johnson
Opinion Unto Righteousness / Timothy Williams / Enumclaw.com Washington / Monday, December 5, 2016