See Something, Say Something

Good morning!

My Super Bowl Sunday always begins with 30-Second Theology from Life.Church. I’m a journalism major, so it’s always been one of my favorites of Craig’s sermons.

Before you find your seat in front of the TV to view your Super Bowl advertisements, you get your pre-game warm up of about seven YouTube ads or PSAs complete with biblical truths you can learn about them from your seat at Life.Church or your own seat if you choose to do your viewing in the comforts of your own home online.

This year’s favorite for me was a PSA on anti-bullying from Burger King. I’d encourage you to Google it. It’s well worth your viewing.

I work at an elementary school. With a zero tolerance policy for bullying I might add.

But bullying is real. So real that God dealt with it in the bible. There were several bullies during biblical times. Pharoah. And Goliath. Goliath was a real bully. But David was not afraid of his size for he knew his God was bigger.

If only we had such faith! Today, I encourage each of you to put a stop to bullying. If you see something, say something. And if you are the victim, remember the story of David and Goliath. Your God is bigger than any bully! Call on him today! He is truth and any names others may call you are not in alignment with his truth.

See something, say something. And eat some Burger King burgers today!

Sir, I have killed lions and bears that way, and I can kill this worthless Philistine. He shouldn’t have made fun of the army of the living God! The Lord has rescued me from the claws of lions and bears, and he will keep me safe from the hands of this Philistine. 1 Samuel 17:36

Love and laughter,

Sandy

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