TV DINNER OR POT PIE?

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“Sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all the earth. Sing to the Lord, praise his name; proclaim his salvation day after day. Declare his glory among the nations, his marvelous deeds among all peoples.” (Psalm 96:1-3, NIV)

TV Dinner

When was the last time you ate a frozen TV dinner? If you’re old enough, you may remember those early meals that were sold in an aluminum tray and marketed by the Swanson® company in the mid-1950’s. If you’ve had one lately, you’re probably well aware that this idea has evolved for use in the microwave. In either case, separate compartments house different components of the entrée, and after a few minutes these “nuked” delicacies are ready to savor – from corn to chicken to a hot apple pie for dessert. Delicious! Or so some people say.

The frozen dinner is an appropriate image for many of us – and not just because it keeps us from…

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2 comments
  1. I do remember the frozen dinners. I actually liked them. I also loved the pot pies, but they took forever to cook. Maybe we can carry the analogy a bit further. A new Christian may still be in the frozen dinner compartment, but the person who has been a Christian a long time has had time to cook an entire potpie or in other words, time to bring Jesus into every part of their lives.

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