Monday, 26 November 2018

MUST READ! The Tale Of Two Fish: I Am Wiser Now!

Two fishes were swimming when they saw a piece of meat dangling before them.

The younger fish darted toward it with an open mouth. The older fish cried out, “Stop"! "You can’t see it, but there is a hook inside that meat. It is connected by an invisible line to a pole outside the water. There is a man holding the pole"

"THE TRUTH is, if you eat the meat, the hook will catch in your jaw and the man will pull you out of the water. He will cut you open with a knife, roast you on a fire and eat you. Then he will throw your remains to his cat.” The young fish stopped. The two swam away. But when the young fish was alone, he thought to himself, “Let me investigate the truth myself how accurate these lousy claims are" He went back to the meat, swam around it, above and below it. He swam as far as he could in widening circles around the meat.
The Tale Of Two Fish: I Am Wiser Now!
After a long search, he said to himself, “I’ve looked far and wide, and I haven’t found any sign of a man, a pole, a knife, a fire or a cat. In fact, I’ve found nothing outside this water we live in" I have come to realise my truth. "These must just be stories made up to limit our freedoms" He went back to the meat and ate it. The hook caught in his jaw, he felt himself being yanked out of the water. "Ndakakuti joy, rega kuwanza joy mwana iwe, ukati ndirikuwanza joy asi ndozvandada (Leornard Zhakata). Mufaro mwena utevedze unoguma!

For sure He saw a pole, a man and a knife, and a little further, he saw the man's cat sleeping in a shade, but at that point his knowledge of the TRUTH was useless.
For you what is the moral(life lesson) of this story? Please talk to me. Mine is that, "Jesus is the truth, knowing Him today and applying that truth will save you. knowing him when in hell will not change a thing!"

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