Fence Sitters

Fence Sitters

ProLifeCorner- (CAN) There was a large group of people. On one side of the group stood Jesus.   On  the other side of the group stood Satan. Separating them, running through the group was a fence.

The scene was set, both Jesus and Satan began calling to the people in the group. One by one, each having made up his or her mind, each went to either Jesus or Satan. This kept going on for a while, and eventually Jesus had gathered around him a group of people from the larger crowds, as did Satan.

But one man joined neither group. He climbed the fence that was there and just sat down on it. Then Jesus and his people left and disappeared. So too, did Satan and his people.  And the man on the fence sat alone.

As this man sat there, Satan came back and appeared to be looking for something that he’d lost. The man said, “Have you lost something?” Satan looked straight at him and replied, “No, there you are. Come with me.” “But,” said the man, “I sat on the fence. I chose neither you nor Him.” “That’s okay,” said Satan. “I own the fence.”

[By David Langerfeld]

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