“I remember when you said….”
That’s what she told me.
Except that, no, as a matter of fact I DIDN’T remember saying that.
It totally didn’t sound like something I would say.
Somehow she’d probably got me mixed up with someone else.
Or somehow rolled two conversations into one.
Or simply got things twisted around in her recollection.
Which happens. We all do it – attributing something to someone that we are sure they said or did.
Except they didn’t.
We’re going on a journey at Kemptville Christian Reformed Church to explore a few phrases or teachings that people sometimes think are found in the Bible. Except that they are not.
Beginning with this gem: “God won’t give you more than you can handle.”
Ever had it thrown at you?
Or perhaps even found yourself saying it?
I want to start a campaign to rid the world of that phrase.
You’re invited to listen to the podcast of yesterday’s sermon at KCRC, and hopefully it’ll explain why.
Right-click on the sermon title, and choose “save link as” to download the podcast to your mp3 player or ipod.
Or use the built-in web audio player below:
You can also download the study guide that accompanies this message: