I had one of those days: horrible circumstances not my fault, terrible responses all my fault.
Me: Some days are like that, Lord.
God: Without me, my child, every day
would be a very bad day.
Some days you is da dawg, some days you is da hydrant.
Funny you should say that. We lived in Chicago, and I was teaching the Bible lesson to five and six year olds. I asked how many of them had been to the top of the Sears Tower, trying to impress upon them that unlike them, God knew the names of all the people they could see. The lesson got away from me, and turned into “God never confuses a person for a fire hydrant.”
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