While attending a party, I had to pee, but got the surprise of my life
A few days ago, I attended a wedding reception at an elegant mansion.
There was some drinking going on, and naturally, I had to pee. So I asked the lady of the house if she would show me where the bathroom was.
When I walked into the bathroom, I saw what is in this picture. Then I said to myself, "Wow! These fancy houses even have a urinal. How convenient!"
Not more than a few seconds later, I discovered this was not a urinal. It was a bidet. That's a fancy word for a bathroom fixture for women who want to take a quick douche.
How did I find out? Simple. When I peed in it, it peed back at me.
I didn't have time to get pissed off. I was too busy getting pissed on.
Will God judge us the same way people judge us?
As I get older, I start to worry about something that I should have been worrying about all of my life.
Am I going to heaven or hell?
Then I start thinking about the people who have passed judgement on me during my life.
I have had many people pass judgement on me over the years. Most of the time, they come to the conclusion that I am a worthless piece of shit.
I'd say that most of the people in the world have big ego's. To these people, putting other people down, and making them feel bad about themselves makes them feel big, and brightens up their dull lives.
Then I start to ask myself, "Since so many people have judged me harshly, in a way that I didn't think was deserving, is God going to do the same thing to me when I die?"
In all fairness, not all people are this way. Unfortunately, most people are.
Is God going to judge me the way most people judge me?
Jesus Christ, I hope not! (no pun intended)
This is my problem.
Suppose a convicted murder on death row tries to escape. During the escape, he is shot by a guard and is in critical condition.
Then, a doctor treats him, and saves his life.
What's the point, if the court has already sentenced him to death?