A man decided that it was time for him to become a regular Church-goer. He hoped to find the kind of congregation that could relieve the loneliness he was feeling. He visited Church after Church, but none seemed satisfactory. Finally, one Sunday morning, he wandered into a Church in which the sermon already was in progress. He listened carefully as the preacher bellowed, “We have left undone those things we ought to have done, and we have done those things we ought not to have done.” The man sighed gratefully, saying to himself, “At last I’ve found my kind of people.”
Someone has wisely said, “Our motto does not always need to be ‘Don’t just stand there, do something.’…
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