Who Protects You?

mannequinIn October 1993, police sharpshooters in Rochester, New York, surrounded a car. In the backseat of the car was a man with a rifle. The police attempted to negotiate with the man. No answer. The officers watched and waited. No movement. Finally the police discovered the truth—The armed man in the backseat was a mannequin!

When the authorities tracked down the owner of the car, he told them he keeps the mannequin in his car for protection. “You’ve got to do this,” he said. “With the car-jackings, it helps if it looks like you’ve got a passenger.”

These are dangerous times. Whom do you rely on for protection? A mannequin or the Mighty One?

“Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our God.”—Psalm 20:7.


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