When there are too many cooks in the kitchen the heat can get turned up real high. Things can become very confusing and disjointed because of stubbornness, pride, and quick tempers. But not to worry, I have a solution! Just serve up some pie, and don't get it twisted…I'm not talkin' Grandma's apple pie! Here's my recipe:
1 can Cooperation
1 can Understanding
1 cup Kindness
1 cup Patience
1 cup Forgiveness
8 cups Humility
2 tbsp Repentance
2 tsp Humor
Thoroughly mix ALL ingredients together and set aside. Prepare Pie Crust.
2 cups (tare separated) Wheat Flour (please, do not add yeast!)
Mix with equal amounts of Faith, Water and Word until crust can be rolled into one piece.
Line bottom of deep pie dish with enough crust to hold pie filling firmly and pour in filling. Once pie dish is filled, top pie with remaining crust and seal the edges. Place in hot oven and cook; pie is done when color is golden. Serve it up warm.
Note: Grandma's Apple Pie may taste heavenly, but Humble Pie IS Heavenly!
1 Peter 5:6 (KJV)
Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time:
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