A Man and His Cap – A Spiritual Lesson?

               
It’s been a good day with an early morning yard work project before a trip to town. A quick stop at Kenny’s Real Italian Water Ice for a flavorful cool drink, then some shopping before early dinner. 


The man decided to wear his slightly new but unused cap. Styling and profiling while out about town! Time for dinner before heading home. Pleasant conversation while enjoying each other’s company. The perfect gentleman naturally takes his hat off while out dining with his love, the flower of his heart. 

So you know what happened. Upon his arrival home, he realized he left his hat at the restaurant. He could have dismissed the whole matter but he didn’t. A quick call to the restaurant but no sign of the hat from the staff. A few hours later a second call was made just in case. Still the staff said no sight of the cap. 

The wife used to work as a waitress and knew cleaning under the booths and table are done at closing so she decided a call the next day might be in order. Just after the noon hour a third call was placed. No sighting this time except for someone saying they thought the manager found a cap and placed it in his office but no one knew where in the office he put it. Call back after four when the manager would be there. 

Shortly after five a fourth call was made. In short, they had the cap. The man went by there and re-claimed his cap. All was well. 

Now why share such an experience? The man and his cap taught me a spiritual lesson. It seems God reminded the man how he should be as tenacious and persistent in re-claiming souls back to God. How active are we about getting that lost soul to come back to Jesus? Certainly that lost soul is more important than a hat!

Until Next Time,

Hoss

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About Hoss

Married w/ 1 daughter & 3 step-children . Ordained minister. I do supply preaching every opportunity I get. Currently employed in a state prison system. Wife & I own a flower shop in a nearby city. I am approaching my late 50's, although I certainly don't look like it.
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