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Wednesday, May 9, 2018

FPF-Zingers from the Old Testament

What is a ZInger?  My sister and I were waiting at a traffic light. The driver in front of us decided to back up instead of driving forward. As I watched his taillights get closer to my headlights I glanced in my rearview mirror. I"m doomed. I could not back up without hitting the car behind me.


No one was hurt. As we discussed the accident with the driver of the truck, he couldn't look us in the eye and his knees barely held him up.
 "I'm sorry," he said.
My sister tried to make him feel better.
"So, you just backed up until it sounded expensive?" She said with a smile.
We all chuckled.
Now, anytime I drive with my sister and put the car in reverse, we look at each other and say, "just back up until it sounds expensive."
Others might not know what it means, but we certainly do.
We all have certain phrases that remind us of a person, teaching, or place. The Bible has "zingers." Join Pastor Jake and I as we discuss the zingers in the Bible.

 Do you a phrase that only you and a few others understand? Tell us the story behind your zinger.

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