Kicking Donkeys and Taking Names on Black Friday

Steven Sawyer:

Great, and true, commentary on the tragedy of commercialism in our culture.

Originally posted on Resting in His Grace:

Hi folks! It’s me… one of the authors over at RIHG. Just wanted to check in on this blustery fall evening here in northeast Florida. I’ve been camped outside of Barnes & Noble for five days now. I have to admit I’m pretty surprised to find I’m all alone with relatively few hours to go before opening. You know, with all the great sales on Friday! Hey! You better get on down here… there’s limited quantities available. I’m hoping to get a great deal on D. A. Carson’s most recent. I have my NOOK in hand and as soon as the doors open, I’m hitting download man! Excuse me a moment, my wife is calling. Do what dear? No, no… Weezie’s doing fine. She’s standing right here beside me. Do what? Oh yes, she has plenty of water and hay. What’s that honey? You don’t understand why I had to…

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About Steven Sawyer

I am an authentic follower of Jesus. Not a fan. A follower. I consider myself a disciple of Jesus. God gifted me with writing skills I employed during my three decades in business. I now use God's writing gifts to glorify Him on my blog. With the words God gives me, I want to help us all know, understand, believe and live out of our true identity in Christ.
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2 Responses to Kicking Donkeys and Taking Names on Black Friday

  1. ptl2010 says:

    Blackest Friday turns to hope and joy with Jesus resurrection power. He can turn every nightmare into glorious day when we experience resurrection from the curse of sin and death through belief in Him.. If only it applies to everyone – unhappily not all know, want or believe it is possible. They will remain in darkest hell forever if they continue to worship self or the devil or materialism and other gods.

    • Steven Sawyer says:

      Thank you, as always, Evelyn. God bless you and your wonderful ministry. It is a privilege to be a part of this outreach to others.

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