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When a bad movie brings you a Biblical lesson

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“Road House,” starring Patrick Swayze and Sam Elliott, may be one of the worst movies ever made.

That said: If it’s on, I’m gonna watch it. Wish I understood why. There’s a scene where Swayze’s character, Dalton, is teaching employees how to deal with unruly customers (In a bar? Surely you jest.), using the mantra “Be nice.”

If someone calls you a name, be nice. Show him to the door, but be nice. If he won’t walk, two of you walk him to the door, but be nice.

It’s easy to love those who love us in return. In Matthew 5, Jesus said tax collectors and pagans can handle that.

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