Proverbs in 365 Devotions

Proverbs 14:14 The backslider in heart will be filled with the fruit of his ways, and a good man will be filled with the fruit of his ways.

 

Genetically & Kinetically Enhanced

Wetter Than Water Slider

Dr. Klark Kent Kilgore

by Robin Aylor

Here begins a story, a moral and a motto:
A Story: How could any of us ever forget the most memorable day in Olympic History when kinetically and genetically enhanced wetter than water amateur water slider Dr. Klark Kent Kilgore took his final step off the most dangerous slippery slope slide on this side of the galaxy? I’m sure you have seen clips hundreds of times on the “thrills of victory” and “agonies of defeat”... all the commercials that began airing on 3-d holographic eyelid Trib Vision (TV) in early 2059. However the full hour long real time blood and guts digital compact contact lens disc (CCL) has to this day never been released to the public and will likely not be until the 20 year term of the current world president expires in 2072.

Without going into the “If I tell you I’ll have to bean bag bomb you” details, I mainly want to remind you all how Dr. Kent began his decent into the tunnel of death. Wetter than water Kilgore awkwardly missed traction on his last step and slipped into a backwards backsliding position setting himself for his 68 1/2 minute long out of control decline down the most difficult water slide course ever made.

When Kilgore lost his head protection in the triple gravity mile long free fall through tornado like wind storm winds, his helmet kept smashing back into his head and body creating multiple concussions and heavy bruising. Then… somehow... someway, he was able to twist and turn at just the right time sliding headfirst through the gopher gully tunnel as Olympic rules specify.

After that things got boogerly nasty. Instead of resuming posture, Kilgore continued his belly busting descent on the razor rapids head bumping the jagged jumping mountains landing face first in the wicked python’s Pyle Driver Dungeon.

 

What I have listed here was cleared for release months ago but most of that little over an hour long death trap is awaiting clearance is under 24 hour guard in underground storage at area 52 1/2.

Keep in mind it was all was shot with over 3 thousand CCLTV Video Camera’s so the graphic disturbance value will be high when viewed with virtual reality contact lens technology.

 

Check back with me often for the first look at Kilgore's exploits when they are made open to the public.

Listen friends, here is the moral of this story: Keep on the forward path for Jesus all the way to the end. Don’t look back, fall back, slide back or back slide. Like Dr. Kent Kilgore you will experience failures. There will definitely be mountains, valleys and storms… even cyclone like winds. You will get bruises and concussions and may be laid up in bed out of commission for a time. Hopefully not, but Kilgore was in a coma for 6 months. But guess what... after that he got back up and still competes today at 84 years old. Now that’s a story my friend!

So yes, our failures have consequences, but know that God is always ready to forgive and continue using us in his mission. We are called to persevere to the end.

In Philippians 3:13 Paul said …one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead, 14 I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.

Don't get me wrong... I don't want anyone to be shot but for importance sake consider this in closing: It is said that the French Foreign Legion once had this motto: ‘If I falter, push me on. If I stumble, pick me up. If I retreat, shoot me.’