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Time to Act

Post  Admin on Sat 01 Jul 2017, 11:59 pm

Time to Act

Once the eminent philosopher, John Dewey, found his son
in the bathroom. The floor was flooded and he was
mopping furiously, trying to contain the water in that
room, keeping the damage to a minimum. The professor
began thinking, trying to understand the deeper
ramifications of the situation. After a few moments the
son said, "Dad, this is not the time to philosophize.
It is time to mop!"

Baptism is our statement that we are ready to stop
philosophizing and ready to start mopping. Zig Ziglar
reminds us that the largest locomotive in the world can
be held in its tracks while standing still, simply by
placing a single one-inch block of wood in front of
each of the eight drive wheels. The same locomotive
moving at 100 miles per hour can crash through a wall
of steel or reinforced concrete five feet thick, but it
must be moving first.

  -- King Duncan, Collected Sermons
  www.sermons.com
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