Direction | Aimlessness | Haste

“… when he was called …he went out, not knowing where he was going” (Heb. 11:8).

Thomas Huxley, the world-famous, nineteenth century biologist who championed Darwin’s theory of evolution, spent a good deal of time challenging some of Christianity’s sacred truths. Once, on a lecture tour, he hurried to catch a train to the next city on his itinerary. He caught a horse-drawn taxi, and said to the driver, “Hurry, I’m late! Drive fast.” Then he closed his eyes and settled back for the ride to the train station. The driver followed the instructions and the horses began galloping along at a furious pace. Eventually, Huxley opened his eyes and, to his horror, saw that he was traveling west, away…

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