Like a Dog

 

 

Do you have a dog?

 

  • Always
  • In my dreams
  • A dog? As in only one?

Man’s best friend knows man better than man knows himself.

Take our Benny. My husband heads to the recliner, and Benny’s leap starts before there’s a lap to land on. Just think about dinner, he’s already in the kitchen.

Dog knows man almost like God knows man:

Psalm 139:2,4
You know when I sit and when I rise;
    you perceive my thoughts from afar . . .
Before a word is on my tongue
    you, Lord, know it completely.

Too bad man doesn’t know God like dog knows man.

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2 Responses to Like a Dog

  1. My service dogs have saved my life on several occasions; canine CPR is a rib-breaking exercise, but it’s terribly effective.

    • Shirlee Abbott says:

      We have therapy dogs that visit our hospital. My favorite was an elderly greyhound who stood quietly at each bedside and made eye contact with the patients, telling them, “I understand, and I care.” Dignity on four legs.

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