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Saturday, 11 November 2017

[Short story]Be quick to hear but Slow to respond and become angry

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*Touching Story.*
A cat was so faithful
that the woman
could leave her baby
with it & go out to
attend other matters.
She always returned
to find the child
soundly asleep with
the cat faithfully
watching over him.

One day something
tragic happened. The
woman as usual, left
the baby in the "hands"
of this faithful cat
and went out shopping.
When she returned,
she discovered rather
a nasty scene, there
was a total mess.

The baby's cot was
dismantled; his nappies
and clothes torn to
shreds with blood
stains all over the
bedroom where she
left the child & the cat.
Shocked, the woman
wailed as she began
looking for the baby.
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All of a sudden, she
saw the faithful cat
emerging from under
the bed. It was covered
with blood and licking
its mouth as it had
just finished a
delicious meal.

The woman went
berserk & assumed
that the cat had
devoured her baby.
Without much thought
she beat the cat with
a wood to death.

But as she continued
searching for the
"remains" of her child,
she beheld another
scene. Close to the bed
was the baby, who
although lying bare
on the floor, was safe
and under the bed
the body of a snake
torn to pieces in what
must have been a
fierce battle between
it and the cat, which
was now dead.

Then reality dawned on
the woman who now
began to understand
what took place in her
absence. The cat fought to
protect the baby from
the ravenous snake.

It was too late for
her now to make
amends because in
her impatience and
anger, she had killed
the faithful cat.

How often have we
misjudged people and
*torn them to shreds*
*with harsh words and*
deeds before we have
had time to evaluate
the situation?
It is called
*SIN OF PRESUMPTION*

*Presuming things our*
*way without taking the*
trouble to find out exactly
what the situation really is.

Little patience can
drastically reduce major
life long mistakes.

*Who Are you misjudging*
*right now. Don't think,*
*what you think others*
*are thinking.*
Take time to get the
whole truth. Please be
patient with people,
lest you live to regret
your actions against
them.

Be quick to hear but
Slow to respond and
become angry
*(James 1:19-27).*

*Share if you're touched*
*And Use it as a LESSON*