Poor Tradeoffs

Looking for what?

About 10:00 p.m. one Saturday a white duck wandered onto the parking lot across from our house. Why it strayed from its natural habitat we had no idea.

We took it back to Gee Lake, and in a few moments it was back in its element.

Why would a duck exchange soft grass and a lake for hard asphalt? Perhaps it had left in search of something, but what a way to spend a Saturday night!

Home again!

Haven’t we made some poor tradeoffs too? Like the Prodigal (Luke 15:11-32), let’s acknowledge our foolish choices for what they are—and then take the steps that lead us home!

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