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Facing down “inevitabilities”
“Meep, meep!” Cue the Acme rocket as Wile E. Coyote launches himself after the Road Runner . . . only to smack into a mountainside. Again.
Chuck Jones fans around the world will recognize the coyote as the cartoon character who hurtles from one calamity to another, only to bounce back in the very next scene. That image actually offers some perspective (and perhaps a smile) for today. Jones once wrote, “There is absolutely no inevitability as long as there is the willingness to think” (chuckjones.com). So we might ask, Are evil, disaster, and sickness inevitable if we are willing to think—and to pray?
From the readers
Kaye Cover, Jean Oneil, Jennifer DeVol
“What I say unto you, I say unto all, Watch”
Heaven . . . here on earth?
You’re in the ark
Rosalie E. Dunbar
Prayer that heals—it’s universal
Harmony and friendship replace division
The joy of subduing sin
Nurturing our kids’ independence—with joy!
How I prayed when I felt sick before my exams