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“Tempest in a teapot?”

“Tempest in a tea pot?” The small knob on our tea pot broke making it almost impossible to put fresh water in. Thankfully my wife had just received some new pots which included a tea kettle, so I was ready to say good bye to the old, and in with the new! After some preparation the new pot took its place on the stove, and I sat in the dining room waiting for the sound of deliverance.

I waited and waited and finally decided to go into the kitchen and found that my new kettle boiled, but had nothing to say! Now my old tea pot would whistle so loudly that the entire house knew that the water was boiling and someone had better turn it off!

It made me think about Christianity in America. Many are looking shiny and new, but nobody hears them boiling unless they go into the kitchen (church). Now that some are preparing go back “into the kitchen,” let’s make sure that the world knows that we will love them whether they come into our kitchens or not. “Herein is love, not that we loved God, but that he loved us, and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins.” 1 John 4:10. Christ died for us so that we can live for him in and out of the kitchen.

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