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The Sabbath Was Made for Man

Dave Griffey at Daffey Thoughts gives us the latest good deed by a company cordially hated by most leftists:

 

 

During the big power outage at Atlanta’s airport, the often embattled food chain stepped up and provided food for stranded passengers.  And yes, it was a Sunday.  That’s what’s called living the Gospel, rather than just talking it.

Of course the restaurant chain has been the target of many attempts to have it banned from various locations, venues, campuses and even cities.  This because of its stance on gay marriage.  Nonetheless, almost every time it comes to doing the right thing, it shows itself as a company founded on living the Golden Rule, rather than using it in debates. 

Well done Chick fil A.  That is a good witness.

 

Go here to comment.  The best preaching most Christians can do is simply to walk the walk.