|"You're Right, Is My Right of Passage" (Too trust men above God is dangerous.)|
Description of Illustration: A wandering soul sits and waits on top of a sign that he, himself, feels must be right. He wears an old straw hat, is unshaven, he holds an old-fashioned suitcase, each sign has a different message, all of which to do not take in account the meaning behind the Proverb, the scripture reads "There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death." Proverbs 16:25 (KJB)
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|"You're Left, Is My Right." (To ignore the fact that man is a sinner, is to be a fool.)|
|"You're Right, Is My Left" (To be too conservative is to stop listening altogether.)|
|"You're Left, Is All That's Left." (To believe in all, is to believe in nothing.)|