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Flames of fire dance joyfully as dreams of fervor conjure up images of red hot passion for the gusto of life.

Sizzle, spark, explode -

Fireballs light up the sky. Wow! a thunder flash with a clap -

The flames are vivid with the awesome glow of orange colors blended with yellow highlights that accent the blaze.

This display is the bomb torched with a rocket plan. Such rapture has lit our fire. We are dynamite on this journey.

Come on fire, fall on us. Pour your liquid potency. Ignite our souls that we may be engulfed with magnified intensity.

Blow up our hearts. Dance with us....


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Friday, September 17, 2010


Greetings -

Question -

How should we as Christians handle poor customer service?  Example: If we frequent establishments that provide consistent poor customer service, how do we biblically handle it?  Another example: What do we do if we get a bum job on our car service?  Do we pay and pray?  What if we get distasteful food and/or less than satisfactory service at eating establishments?  Do we suck it up, forgive and move on in JESUS' name?


  1. I'm not sure how to really Biblically answer this, but these are my thoughts on your question?

    There are times when I would just let the incident go, but those were times when it wasn't real important, and I thought to myself, "they must be having a bad day today", and I let it go... There are other times though when I haven't let it go, because it was important, and it affected more than just me, but others also...

    When I worked as a nursing assistant in a nursing home (I would consider the people I took care of as customers, they paid to have me take care of them) I saw this one nursing assistant take patients from their room to the shower, half exposed, and not covered up at all more than once. Now, I was more looking at the dignity of the patient than I was looking at what could happen to this other nursing assistants job... I went and talked with someone in authority about it, and was told that I wasn't the first to come to them. I was sorry that my action got this woman fired, but I did it for the sake of the patients, our customers, and not to get her in trouble...

    There are definitely times when we should speak up, because if someone isn't doing their job properly, on a consistent basis, then why would I want to be a customer of that place.

    I would politely tell someone in authority that the service has been consistently poor...

  2. Timothy -

    Please weigh in on this.

    Thank you

    Note: I ask for more help from others on this, as well. I may do a re-post for those who have not read it. Some blog visitors do not read older postings...

  3. Don't forget prayer & deliverance for the person on the other end of the line.

    I'm retired, so I can play their sales game. I will usually tell them "no." They then go to page three of their spiel and read that to me. I will politely tell them "no." They go to page five of the spiel and read that to me, trying to get me to say something that could be construed as a "yes." I politely answer, still telling them my answer is "no." They go on to page seven and read the "undecided" spiel. I still say "no." By now they are exasperated because I didn't hang up on them so they could go on to the next phone number. I still say "no." They finally hang up on me.

  4. This was sent to me, via e-mail from Karen:

    9:21 PM (1 hour ago)

    I think that honesty is always the best policy, served with love and seasoned with grace.

  5. Excellent answer, Karen...

    Thank you...


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