On the plane back from the conference, the flight attendant said, "Good morning folks. Laughter is good for the soul. It's good to laugh. So laugh." The poor lady got a little upset when no one responded. I felt like calling out, "Lady, laughter is like fire. It needs fuel. You have to have something to laugh at. Pull a face or say something funny." It reminded me of secular Thanksgiving--when Godless America is thankful for health, friends, liberty and life. But thankfulness makes no sense when it's not directed at the Giver of those blessings. On the flight I witnessed to an open-hearted young man from India. He believed in reincarnation, but it became as non-issue as we went through the Law into the gospel. Please pray for "Raja."
Monday, October 15, 2007
Posted by Ray Comfort on 10/15/2007 12:13:00 PM
Go on, Laugh