Gone To The Dogs (click here)
“Look! That clever dog is looking for drugs!” I pointed out to Peggy, recently at an airport as we waited for our luggage to appear on the conveyer system. A collie, on the lead of a dog trainer, was wagging its tail and having a great time jumping from one piece of luggage to another.
“The noses of dogs are three hundred times more effective than that of human beings,” I explained to Peggy with a know-it-all attitude. “They possess excellent detection capabilities and they are ideal for finding drugs hidden in luggage.” We could not take our eyes off this happy dog on Customs duty.
Out of the tunnel my luggage appeared, and so was that dog! To my utter amazement the collie, went straight for MY case out of all the luggage and buried its nose in it. I removed it from the moving belt, but the dog tenaciously followed my bag, amongst hundreds of others, gently claiming it with its paw.
The customs official, led by his dog’s insistence, asked me politely to open my case. I had heard terrible stories of drugs in the luggage of non-suspecting passengers, but I was sure that no dog could find any contraband in my luggage.
I was so sure of myself, but I had completely forgotten the two oranges I had in my suitcase. The “orange searching dog” found me out.
Sin will surely find out the sinner sooner or later. We need openly to confess our sins to God and forsake them, lest they find us out to our ruin.
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