"The fire began to blaze up and I poured him a cup of coffee and handed it across the fire to him--with my left hand."
Better sit yourself down, as I can see you're a staggerin'. Coffee's ready and I'll get a cup for you. Yep, I heard the rumblin'; it must be time for those horsemen to start ridin'. How much more can this ol' earth take? Sure glad I wasn't born no later than I was. At least the coffee's hot this morning. Yes siree that boy livin' in Washington sure has gone and done. He should be mighty proud of himself: first world leader to okay same-sex marriage. My, my, what a legacy. Just had to make the coffee double strong this mornin'. Folks just don't want to realize that it is a three-prong problem: physical, moral, and they most often leave out, or don't want to think about, or scoff at that it is a spiritual issue as well. I just don't think the good Lord smiles and winks at sin.
I know I think like an ol' fence post, but just don't make sense to make friends with the enemy--that is, the world. Who is the prince of this evil world? Yet we join right along with him and giggle and laugh and smirk. Sometimes it just jerks my jaws. That's why there is so much of an attack on God's Word. Read Romans 1 and 2 and see the progression. It gets to the point where God lets them believe a lie...trust your guns (physical and spiritual) are ready.
Coffee is good this mornin', isn't it? A brief time of respite, but never lose awareness! Ya know it was customary in the old West to invite a person who came passin' by to sit and offer them a cup of coffee. But the wary man always poured and passed it with his left hand; that gun hand was kept free. Most folks were mannerly and neighborly, but there was always that chance. Hmmmm, who do you invite to light down at your camp, enjoy a cup of coffee with you? Be wary...!
Finish your cup and off to run some errands and do some chores. Make sure your cinch is tight and above all vaya con Dios.