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For quite some time there has been a quote going around, "What would Jesus do?"
I think just as important it would be good to think about , "What Jesus wouldn't do>"
WHAT JESUS WOULDN’T DO
There’s a quote going around for some time
In fact it’s quite catchy too
Designed to make us stop and think
“What would Jesus do ? “
Now this quote is very well written
And although I like it too
In addition I would suggest another quote
“What Jesus wouldn’t do “
Jesus wouldn’t miss Church on Sunday
He wouldn’t rob, kill or maim
He wouldn’t talk behind his neighbors back
Or use his father’s name in vain
He would never-ever seek revenge
And never refuse to forgive
He would never refuse to help less fortunate folks
When he had anything to give
He would never brag about himself
Never try to shift the blame
He would never do anything at all
That might bring his father shame
He would never fail to give praise to God
To whom all praise is due
He would never-ever forget to praise him
Like quite often you and I do
The list goes on and on and on
Why folks, I’m telling you
There are so many, many, many things
That Jesus wouldn’t do
( C ) September 2006 Clarence “Sonny” White
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