Preaching | Criticism | Opinion

“. . . and as Paul went on and on, a young man called Eutychus who was sitting on the window sill grew drowsy and was overcome by sleep and fell to the ground three floors below” (Acts 20:9).

A young playwright was extremely gratified when an important New York critic agreed to attend the opening of his “Off-Broadway” play. The critic came to the opening as promised, but quickly fell asleep and remained in that condition throughout the play. The playwright was heartsick. As soon as the play ended, he dashed down the aisle and said to the critic, “I’m sorry you couldn’t stay awake longer. You know how much I wanted your opinion!” The veteran play-goer rubbed his…

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