WHATS FOR BREAKFAST

 
Punctuation is everything in the name “What’s For Breakfast?” Whether this is a statement or a question makes considerable difference to the rooster. On the one hand he is about to eat – on the other he’s about to be eaten! I’d hate to eat this fowl thing considering he’s made of: can openers, horse shoes, golf clubs, robe hook, forks and spoons, hand scythes, pitch fork, chain, and bicycle seat clamp.

Roosters are noisy. It seems that crowing is what they do best. Such crowing serves as an awakening, an announcement of the arrival of a new day. In the Bible one served to awaken the apostle Simon Peter to his failings. When Jesus described to the disciples his impending crucifixion and how they would all desert him on that occasion Peter refuse to believe him and boldly claimed he would die before denying or leaving him.  Jesus said, …the truth is, this very night, before the rooster crows, you will deny me three times. Matthew 26:34.  Peter did deny him and on the third vehement outburst the rooster crowed. Suddenly Jesus’ words flashed through Peter’s mind and he went away, weeping bitterly in repentant introspection.

Can you hear him? The rooster is crowing to awaken each of us today.  If anyone acknowledges me publicly here on earth, I will openly acknowledge that person before my Father in heaven. But if anyone denies me here on earth, I will deny that person before my Father in heaven. Matthew 10:32.                                

Not all people who sound religious are really godly. They may refer to me as ‘Lord’, but they still won’t enter the Kingdom of Heaven. The decisive issue is whether they obey my Father in heaven. On judgment day many will tell me, ‘Lord, Lord, we prophesied in your name and cast out demons in your name and performed many miracles in your name’. But I will reply, ‘I never knew you. Go away; the things you did were unauthorized’. Matthew 8:21-23

Cock-a-doodle-doo!!!


INVENTORY of  “WHATS FOR BREAKFAST”

Can openers
Horseshoes
Golf clubs
Robe hook
Forks
Spoons
Hand scythes
Pitchfork
Chain
Bicycle seat clamp
Splitting wedge
Concrete form cleats

Fabricated one of a kind.

24" H x 24" L

Bend, Oregon


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