A bit in the mouth of a horse controls the whole horse. A small rudder on a huge ship in the hands of a skilled captain sets a course in the face of the strongest winds. A word out of your mouth may seem of no account, but it can accomplish nearly anything—or destroy it!
It only takes a spark, remember, to set off a forest fire. A careless or wrongly placed word out of your mouth can do that. By our speech we can ruin the world, turn harmony to chaos, throw mud on a reputation, send the whole world up in smoke and go up in smoke with it, smoke right from the pit of hell.
Today was a four-cow cartoon day. I spent almost two hours in a meeting that meant nothing to me.
Here are the other flying cow cartoons: Honk! Moo! and Moo-n. I like drawing cows because you can draw a generic four-legged animal, stick on spots, horns, and an udder, and it becomes recognizable if not realistic.
Coming soon: More detailed thoughts on the Fellowship Church women’s retreat.