The sign said, “STOP.” The driver didn’t. So, he said to the judge:
- I think every person has the right to choose his own interpretation of this word.
- My mother did not believe in å. If I were to stop, I would be condemning her.
- My family never stopped. If that was good enough for them, it’s good enough for me.
- I have gone so long without stopping, I don’t think I can start now.
- My preacher says I don’t have to stop.
- My parents made me stop when I was young, so I don’t do it now.
- What about those who never see the sign?
- I believe only going is essential. Stopping is optional.
- How do you know the word means today what it did when it was first written?
- 10.I’ll stop after I get my life straightened out.
- 11.I’ll stop when my wife decides to stop. It would mean so much more if we did it together.
- 12.It’s nobody’s business whether or not I stop.
- 13.I feel that as long as we are all sincere, your honor, that you will accept us no matter what we do.
“Blessed is everyone who will eat bread in the kingdom of God…for I tell you, none of those men who were invited shall taste my banquet.”