The Unfortunate Frog


My favourite sin analogy is the one about the frog.

Catch him and stick him in boiling water straight away, and the intense heat will frighten him, burn him and tell his senses that the best thing to do is jump out quickly.

But popping the little green creature into a pan of cold water and turning on the heat, will make him stay where he is.

He is not alert to danger and as the water warms up slowly, his body quickly adjusts to the temperature.

Eventually the poor froggie will be cooked alive, all without a struggle from him.

God loves us greatly, so my prayer for me and you today is that we’ll look around and see the steam and bubbles and realise that the water we’re in is hotting up before we turn into poached human.

Have a really blessed day.                

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8 thoughts on “The Unfortunate Frog

  1. That’s simple to answer . . . it’s the lesson; the teaching; the understanding; and finally … the lesson learned before the lesson needed to be learned.

    As one very much loved Pop Larkin would have said: “Perfick”. :o)


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