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Duck Silly and Daily Devotion:

Wednesday, November 06, 2013


A duck walked into a bakery one day and asked for a pork chop.

The baker said, "We aren't a butcher; we don't sell meat here."

So the duck left.

The following day the duck went back and asked again.

This time the Baker said, "No, if you come here again I will nail your feet
to the floor."

The following day the duck returned and asked, "Have you any nails?"

The baker replied, "No."

And the duck said, "Well, I'll have two pork chops then."

Daily devotion from Bedside Blessings by Charles Swindoll for November 6th:

As one understanding soul expressed it: "Compassion is not a snob gone slumming. It's a real trip down inside the broken heart of a friend."

Parceling out this kind of compassion will elicit no whistles or loud applause. In fact, the best acts of compassion will never be known to the masses. Nor will fat sums of money be dumped into your lap because you are committed to being helpful. Normally, acts of mercy are done in obscurity with no thought (or receipt) of monetary gain.

"Dispense true justice and practice kindness and compassion each to his brother."- Zechariah 7:9

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PLATINUM755 11/6/2013 9:51PM

    Good ones!

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SLIMLEAF 11/6/2013 6:40PM

    thank you!

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LITTLEGUYSMOM1 11/6/2013 4:29PM

check it out! cute!

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CHANGING-TURTLE 11/6/2013 2:14PM

    love your joke brought a smile to my face and a chuckle came out. thank you for the happy time

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DEB62BIE62 11/6/2013 2:07PM

    Love the joke, and the devotion was very good. Thanks for sharing. emoticon

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