Staci tells The Club shocking news—Hugh wants to join The Club! Hugh is seen doing good deeds and being kind to others. His transformation even impresses Miss Harbor. But C.J. wonders how one can know if a person has really changed.
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What courage it must have taken for a 75-year-old man to pull up his tent pegs and strike out by faith. What a model of faith! But we must not forget that he was still fully human. When we look more closely at Abram, we begin to see his imperfections. We realize this icon of faith had feet of clay. When a famine hit, rather than standing firm in faith and trusting his God to sustain him and his wife, he fled to Egypt. We can learn lessons from faithful Abram’s temporary and tragic slump into deceit and disobedience.
Basketball is a lot easier to follow than life. You never leave a basketball game wondering what happened, but life is a lot more ambiguous. You had no control over when you were born and you do not know how long you have left on earth.
C.J. tries to bring peace between The Club and Hugh. Being a peacemaker is certainly what God would want, right? But C.J.'s idea to bring the two tribes together explodes when his methods betray his good intentions.
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