In the Beginning…

In the beginning, John decided to follow Christ.  John saw that it was very good.  And there was evening, and there was morning.  The first day.

Then John was told that he had to pray and read his Bible .  So John prayed and read his Bible and he saw that it was still very good.  And there was evening, and there was morning.   The second day.

Then John was told that he had to pray and read his Bible every day.  So John prayed and read his Bible every day and saw that it was good.  And there was evening, and there was morning. The third day.

Then John was told that the best time to do Devotions was in the morning as it was one way of giving his firstfruits to God.  So John got up early every morning – even though it was a struggle – and did his Devotions in the morning because he was told that was most pleasing to God.  And there was evening, and there was morning.  The fourth day.

Then John was told that only the King James Bible was the correct version, and that all other versions were corruptions.  So John started to read the King James Bible even though it was hard to understand. And there was evening, and there was morning. The fifth day.

Then John was told that he needed to tithe his time just as surely as he tithed his income.  Since there are 24 hours in a day, John should devote 2.4 hours every morning to prayer and reading the KJV Bible.  So John did this because he wanted to please God, but he secretly wondered why this God was so hard to please and why things didn’t look so very good anymore. And there was evening, and there was morning.  The sixth day.

On the seventh day, John did not rest.

 

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About yewnique

I am a Malaysian-born woman who is married to an Australian and now live in Melbourne, Australia. I am a mother to four children. I home school. I like reading, writing, and cooking -- not necessarily in that order. I care about grammar and spelling, but am nonchalant about the Oxford Comma. I try to follow Christ's teachings.

Posted on Sunday, November 20th, 2011, in Christian Living, Church, Fiction, Fundamentalism, Religion, Writing and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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