Thursday, June 18, 2009

Religious Baseball

Read this inspiring story about Enrique Oliu.

Don't ever let anything stand in the way of your goals.




Lutherans would believe they can't win, but will trust the Scorekeeper.

The Calvinists already know the final score.

Quakers won't swing at anything.

The Presbyterians use a "closer-by-committee" approach.

The Amish would walk a lot.

Fundamentalists won't play because baseball's not mentioned in the Bible.

Evangelicals would make effective pitches.

The Baptists will play, but only if they can be the umpire.

Mormons would play left field.

Adventists would take the seventh inning off.

The Catholics would claim never to have committed an error.

You'd find the Methodists at the post-game buffet.

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WISDOM for YOUR WEEK: "Do you see a man skilled in his work? He will serve before kings; he will not serve before obscure men." (Proverbs 22:29)


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