Thy Neighbor’s Dog

The Kingdom of Heaven is like treasure hidden in a field

Matthew 13:44
I Kings 3:5,7-12; Psalms 119:57,72,76-77,127-130; Romans 8:28-30; Matthew 13:44-52

In an honest bit of self-awareness, a man consumed with a constant level of anxiety confronts his struggle head-on during a life-changing moment of clarity. He explains:

“I used to complain a lot. I used to worry a lot. I used to feel frustrated a lot. I used to question my worthwhileness a lot. I used to agonize over my unrealized dreams a lot. But all that began to change through my neighbor’s dog, of all things.

“That puppy was neglected, left tied outside to a leash all the time. Enslaved by a collar at the end of a rope, the frustrated animal cried day and night. Then one day, I saw that the dog was loose. Somehow the leash…

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