All week I have looked like a hillbilly. Don’t be mad if you are a hillbilly but I broke a front tooth and do not look like me to me. It takes a nasty shot to numb the front of your mouth so the dentist gave me nitrous oxide for the first time. I still got the nasty shot but it was bearable. It is called laughing gas but no one was laughing today. We are in a fog when the world is out of control. The world does not look or feel safe. We know God is Sovereign but there are men in charge of decisions who hate. God is love. Through my fading fog I always ask God to allow me to live. That may sound dramatic but that is me in a dental chair. There are people all over the world calling out to God and then there are the others. Years ago I visited a cousin in Las Vegas. While there we went to a magic show – Penn and Teller – considered a comedy duo with tricks up their sleeves. I think Penn is the taller of the two and quite imposing in person. I stood back when I saw him in the lobby at the end of the show. I did, finally, work up the nerve to shake his hand. My friend, Dan, (also in an evangelism class) shared a short video to our group of Penn discussing his views on God. Penn is an atheist. He talked about it freely but he also shared a story of a man who hung out in the lobby to speak to him. The man explained that he had been at the show the night before and really enjoyed it. Then he asked if he could give Penn a Bible. He described himself as a businessman who believes in God and the Bible. The two had a pleasant exchange. You can find the u-tube online, but the final thing Penn says is remarkable. He explains that he does not believe but that if he did, he would be like the man with the gift of a Bible. If Jesus is the Son of God, the Lamb of God and my substitute, a truck is heading for everyone who does not believe. The right thing to do, if you love people, is to warn them. A truck is coming.