There is a story told about a French Army General that describes his hurry to get things done. One morning under the bright North African sun, he told the orderly landscaping his compound that, by noon, he wanted a certain plant moved from one place to another. The orderly was in no mood for “busy” work, so he raised an objection that was a stroke of genius. “What’s the hurry, General?” he asked. “After all, it’s a century plant and it won’t bloom for another eighty years. Then,” the general answered, “we haven’t a moment to lose!”
Jesus of Nazareth, too, went about His public career like a man who hadn’t a moment to lose. He was never rushed,…
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