Super Why!

This is the title of a cartoon aired on the public broadcast system (PBS) network. The main character, [Whyatt] and his friends discover the power in learning to read that changes situations and circumstances they encounter. One episode I recall is one in which Humpty Dumpty is sitting on a wall crying.  Of course Whyatt and the”super readers” ask him what’s wrong. He goes on to tell them that he is afraid because he knows the rest of his story.  He knows that he is supposed to fall off the wall to his demise.  He is distraught for good reason one would
think.  Now its time for the super readers to come to the rescue.  Whyatt and his friends took the sentence from the story…” Humpty Dumpty had a great _______!  They substituted another word from the dictionary that fit the circumstance and would rescue Humpty. They chose the word “slide”, so that once inserted into the story, the outcome is changed. Humpty Dumpty had a great “slide” to safety with only a minor injury.
Humpty’s position on the wall is a place where Satan loves to get every believer; sitting isolated on the wall of despair, defeat, failure, sickness, disease, lack, and poverty. He tries to convince you its over and that is the rest of your story. But that’s when The Word of God comes into the picture. Whatever the situation or circumstance, inserting the correct”word” from His Word produces the desired results. Gods Word will not return to Him void, but will accomplish that which it was sent to do. So the next time the devil has you on a wall, put him in his place.  He’s a liar and a loser..We win!!!!!
FOOTNOTE: The only way to win the game is to know the playbook…… Read the Bible!

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