Dentists | Discipline | Flossing | Health | Preparation | Reward | Sanctification | Self | Teeth | Victory

An old dental school proverb goes like this: “You don’t have to floss between all your teeth.” This expression seems contrary to reason by the hearer who then invariably asks, “Well, which ones don’t I have to floss?” The dentist then answers, “The ones you don’t plan to keep.” This illustrates a number of disciplines in our lives that we DON’T HAVE TO DO as long as we are willing to pay the consequence for having not done them. Physical exercises, routines, and disciplines profit some; godly exercises, routines, and disciplines profit greatly–eternally. But we don’t HAVE TO do them, do we? By Michael Hodgin

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