Friday, December 28, 2012



That was not supposed to be in there.
I bought a camera off ebay for a specific purpose.
While playing with it and snapping a couple of pictures
I found in it pictures of this young girl - who ever she is.

Somebody had not deleted them from memory.
Now to give credit where credit is due, 
all the pictures in memory were decent.
Also, she is a lovely young lady -
when her mouth is closed.
(It was in a few shots.)

She has teeth and a tongue.
Teeth to eat with and a tongue to talk with.
What more could a young girl want?

If any of you live in the Tooele, Utah area.
Thank the young lady for giving this old man a laugh
before deleting her pictures for her.

Thinking of things stored in memory.
For the last two years my wife has vacationed with the daughter
and her husband.  (I stayed home to take care of critters.)
On each of these vacations she has taken hundreds of photos.
And as a loving husband I have down loaded them all to at least
three computers for safe keeping.

The best I know, to date, she has not gone back and looked at
even one photo she took.
But, they are in memory. 

Now God has a memory also.
Call it a flash drive, memory card, memory stick, hard drive
or what ever.  His memory is worlds ahead of the memory
devices we have.

Further God tells us,
"Whatever is covered up will be uncovered,
and every secret will be made known.
So then, whatever you have said in the dark
will be heard in broad daylight, and whatever you
have whispered in private in a closed room will be 
shouted from the housetops."
(Luke 12:2,3 GNB)



"You can be sure that on the Judgment Day
you will have to give account of every useless word
you have ever spoken.  Your words will be used to 
judge you - to declare you either innocent or guilty."
(Matthew 12:36,37 GNB)

Nothing we do escapes God's knowledge.

But the GOOD NEWS,
God also has a delete button.
Want to know how to get Him to use it?

"But if we confess our sins to God,
he will keep his promise and do what is right:
he will forgive us our sins and purify
us from all our wrongdoing."
(1 John 1:9 GNB)

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