Edification | Encouragement | Fellowship | Guidance | Loneliness | Support

The scene is a baseball game in Peanuts. Charlie Brown is pitching, and Schroeder, the catcher, walks out to toss the ball to Charlie Brown, who complains to him, “Schroeder, you never ask me how the old soupbone is, do you?” Schroeder says, “What’s a soupbone?” Charlie Brown explains, “That’s baseball slang for a pitcher’s arm.” So Schroeder says, “Oh… Well, OK, how’s the ol’ soupbone, Charlie Brown?” Charlie Brown answers, “It’s fine, thank you.” In the last frame, as Schroeder returns to home plate, Charlie Brown turns to the reader and says, “It’s terrible when you have to do everything yourself.” And it is terrible–because we were designed for fellowship, we were designed with a…

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