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Mark Edgemon has been writing for 30 years. He writes and publishes short stories, articles, poetry and scripts, as well as, produces audio comedy productions for over 700 radio stations nationwide.

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Blind Seeing Eye Dogs

Religious leaders are believed to be the guides for those who have fallen away from God and have stepped off the right path. If the spiritual guide wants his steps guided by God and prays himself out of the way as he is being lead by God, then the guide will want the Truth at whatever the cost over his own comfort and self will. If praying is the last thought of a religious leader, then they are blind, for how could they know where to lead the blind, when they themselves do not know the Mind of God.

Reverend Jeremiah Stone was just such a man, who enjoyed the spotlight and the glory of men more than the honor, which belongs only to God.

A controversial man, he led people astray into dead ends going nowhere. His advice sounded good as it was being spoken, but later turned out to be gibberish when practically applied. Years later, his reputation was ruined due to too much self-indulgence.

On the day of judgement, he was unable to speak for the Lord had shut his mouth. This would be a one-way conversation.

Copyright 2008 Mark Edgemon

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