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A Visitor Has a Mysterious Power to Disrupt a Sunday School Class
A Sunday School class visitor disrupts class members with an invisible vocal cord disabling laser beam. The impact of the laser beam creates the “can’t talk to the stranger” syndrome. How it happens and why it happens are a mystery.
Some class members’ “visitor immune system” is able to resist the laser beam while other class members are not able to overcome the short term impact of the laser beam. Thankfully the laser beam does not create lasting damage to the class members’ vocal cords.
Without a visitor present, each class member enters the classroom and does what he normally does such as find a chair, sit down, and may engage in polite chit chat. The class leaders will busy themselves with their duties while the non talkative members will watch what is happening and listen to the conversations that they can hear. Members with children will rush into the room at the last minute with a facial expression that tells you that they are looking forward to having forty-five minutes without the kids. When the class social butterflies arrive, they will try to find out the gossip that they missed. Of course the time between a member entering the classroom and the time the class actually starts will determine how long class members have to busy themselves by staring at class members, the floor, finger nails, pealing paint, what other members are wearing, etc.
What Is the Source of the Mysterious Disputing Power?
When a visitor enters the room, the class members are zapped by the invisible laser beam.
The laser beam may create a sense of fear which grabs each class member and sends to his brain the message, “you have got to talk to the visitor.” This message disables the vocal cords when a conversation with a visitor could occur or is even considered.
What determines which class member will first speak to the visitor is a mystery. Maybe it is the class member that is immune to the visitor invisible laser beam. Some members will remain stunned for the entire class lesson. It is assumed that to be immune to a visitor invisible laser beam requires the member to have had lots of contact with visitors and are not affected by the fact that the visitor is a stranger with an unknown reputation. The stranger may be wanted by the law which is a reason for caution, and at the same time the stranger may be a future friend.
Building Immunity to Resist the Visitor’s Power
Often the class teacher’s or class leader’s commitment to their position’s duties will over come the impact of the laser beam. They will probably make the first step toward the visitor. If some class members have built up an immunity to the invisible laser beam, they will recover from the impact of the laser beam and extend their personal welcome to the visitor.
The first few words said to a visitor are awkward and difficult to say. After being hit with the invisible laser beam, the following words, “Hi,” “My name is ___,” “What is your name?,” etc. becomes a foreign language with difficult to say syllables. Once the initial difficult words are said, words become easier to say and the conversation can move on to finding out things about the visitor.
Class members need to remember that the visitor did not walk into the Sunday School class, because he found a parking space that was close to the classroom. The visitor is in the classroom on purpose with a purpose. Each class member that resists the laser beam’s impact by talking to the visitor is assisting the visitor.
Oh No! The Class Is over and it Is Time to Talk to the Visitor
Once the class has started, the visitor may fade into the wall paint until the closing prayer’s amen. At the end of class, some of the members’ vocal cord will have a relapse and again become paralyzed by a delayed reaction to the laser beam. This is a time that the class members that have recovered from the visitor invisible laser beam can extend a goodby type personal greeting to the visitor. The members still under the influence of the laser beam will quietly slide around the class members that are talking to the visitor and slip out the classroom door.
As the visitor leaves the classroom, what he thinks about the Sunday School class and its members were determined by how each class member responded to him. Will he come back for another visit? In seven days, the class will know.
IS IT POSSIBLE THAT THE INVISIBLE VOCAL CORD DISABLING LASER BEAM
IS A SATANIC POWERED PHENOMENON?
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