Backsliding | Disobedience | Excuses | Worldliness

A farmer asked his neighbor if he might borrow a rope. “Sorry,” said the neighbor, “I’m using the rope to tie up my milk.” “Milk?” exclaimed the first farmer. “Rope can’t tie up milk.” “I know,” replied the neighbor, “but when a man doesn’t want to do something, one reason is as good as another.” Rotary Club Bulletin, Madisonville, Kentucky.

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