A Note from Pastor Dinger 2/24/2019

Communication is difficult. In the book America’s Dumbest Criminals there is a story about a would-be robber in Thibodaux, Louisiana. Sam entered Bob's Cafe and, speaking in his thick Cajun accent, ordered the waitress to "give me all the money." Unfortunately, she couldn't understand a word he said. To her it sounded like he was ordering "a sieve with all the honey." In desperation, Sam turned to a patron and told him the same. Now, he could have sworn that Sam said to "live a big pile of bunny." Sam got so frustrated that he pulled out his gun, pulled the trigger. Click. The gun jammed. Now Sam grabbed the cash register and began to run. But he didn't get far, only about three feet. The register was still plugged into the wall, and it jerked out of Sam's hands, and he fell. Humiliated, he ran out of Bob's Cafe empty-handed.
Communication is difficult, but even under the best of circumstances it is problematic. How is your communication with God going? Do you have a “failure to communicate”? But even if we fail to talk to God, he is always talking to us in His Word and always ready to listen to you, and he never misunderstands for “the Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with unexpressed groanings.” Romans 8:26.
Pastor Dinger