Reading: I Corinthians 4: 10
I'm sure you have pulled some April Fool's jokes in your day. April Fool's Day is a day when we try to trick people and perform practical jokes. Some of the best jokes of this day that I heard about have been done by radio stations. One time, the radio station in my hometown convinced local residents that there were dolphins coming up our river. Hundreds flocked to the riverside to see them. Of course, it was all made up.
Paul tells us that those who do not know Christ are fools. Those who know Him are wise. Those who are believers know the difference between right and wrong. Those who do not are more likely to be swayed by evil, just as the dolphin seekers were drawn to the river. May you always know right from wrong and act accordingly. --Chad Hershberger, Camp Mount Luther Director
Closing: Pray for those who do know Christ.
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