Monday, May 15, 2017
Joshua 24:15: “If it is disagreeable in your sight to serve the LORD, choose for yourselves today whom you will serve…but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.”
Manitoba, my first hunt ever in Canada. A friend was frantically digging through the snow next to me for the cartridge he had dropped in his hast. The biggest buck I had ever seen was 30 yards away, my crosshairs on him. But alas, two problems stood in the way. One, my friend was sitting “shotgun” when we drove up on the buck and had immediately claimed shooting rights. Two, we were on a public road passing through private land. As the buck began walking toward the nearby timber, I faced a decision – shoot the monster non-typical, alienating my friend and breaking the law, or let the biggest buck I’ll ever see walk away. It was a clear decision between right and wrong. Pained though I was, I stayed my trigger finger.
David Morris on 05/15 at 08:11 AM
Man to Man Devotionals
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