Two men went up to the temple to pray, one a Christian, the other Lance Armstrong. The Christian prayed, ”Lord, I thank Thee that I am not like other men–murderers, thieves, adulterers, or even like that doping liar, Lance Armstrong. I pray once a week; go to church most Sundays; listen if the sermon is entertaining; and give a generous 1% of my income to the church. Yes, sometimes I screw up a little and sin, but, let’s be real: I’m nothing like that hypocritical, lying, doping public winner of the Tour de Iniquity over there. Soli Deo Gloria. Amen.” But Lance, standing some distance away, was even unwilling to lift up his eyes to heaven, for he thought, “If that Christian’s god is as big an asshole as he is, why the hell bother?” I tell you, neither man went down to his house justified.

Lucifer loves Lance, though…

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  1. Oh, how true. It’s always so easy to judge others. I wonder if there isn’t such public outrage because we are envious – look what Lance gained from public adulation and from money. So, we find it’s appalling to us because of that envy. It’s interesting there is never too much said in the media about his foundation. And look how he is paying for his sins with the public. Our God tells us not to judge, lest ye be judged. What a simple command and how we struggle with it – daily.

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