“No man pours new wine into old wineskins. If he does so, the wine will burst the skins and wine and skin will be lost” (Mk. 2:22).
In a book called “The Kingdom Within,” the author writes of his boyhood summers in an old New Hampshire farmhouse. The dwelling was over 150 years old and had never been modernized. Consequently, the family lived their summers
without benefit of modern plumbing and electricity. The water supply came from an old well. The pure, cold water it supplied was a joy to drink on hot summer days. The well always ran faithfully, even in periods of drought. Then time came when the house was modernized. Electricity and running water were installed. The…
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