By Davalynn Spencer @davalynnspencer
I don’t even like donuts, but this enthusiastic eater of doughy delights makes me want one.
Do food commercials affect you that way? What about a billboard with an image of someone chomping into a juicy burger or slurping a double-scoop ice-cream cone?
No wonder advertisers use visual hooks to get us to buy their products.
We could learn something from these marketers because we “advertise” all the time to our families. People, especially children, often emulate what they see us doing or hear us saying.
What concepts are we touting? Which ideas are we discussing around the dinner table?
Do we even have a dinner table?
The idea that God loves us could be a radical concept to someone who doesn’t know Him. Have we shared that idea?
I’m not talking about preaching or dictating.
I’m talking about sharing and listening. Making others hungry.
Let’s try it this week. Hopefully, our family and friends will want to “taste and see that the Lord is good.”
Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good;
Blessed is the man who trusts in Him!
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Mae Ann laid a healthy slice of chocolate cake on the boy’s plate, keenly aware of Deacon’s jealous glare.
Todd dug in and rolled his eyes. “This is even better than what Sophie makes.”
“More coffee?” Mae Ann held the pot above Deacon’s cup and gave him her warmest smile. She also filled Cade’s and caught his enjoyment of the foreman’s cake-grudging discomfort. ~An Improper Proposal
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