Thursday, September 17, 2009

A CROSS, A QUESTION AND A FOOL

If you are foolish (pridefully challenged) enough to stand on a street corner with a questioning cross and you are "prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have" (2 Tim 4:5), then you can let the cross do the work of bringing the inquiring hearts to you to ask the inevitable question and open the door to gospel conversations.

Nothing could be easier!

6 comments:

  1. And the coolest part was that they came to you.

    They had to go out of their way to come up to you and ask the inevitable question back; "Ready for what?"

    Thanks for all you do for the Lord, Paul.

    Thank you for all the encouragement!

    Dawg

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  2. Hi Wayne,

    All glory to God!

    The cross does the "fishing" for you. Nothing could be easier!

    Looking forward to hearing from your initial outing with your cross, whenever the Lord wills.

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  3. Now I gotta make one. Yours looks kinda fancy. I really like the pivoting cross member. Way to go Paul. I'll be posting this on my blog for the AM. Love you brother!!

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  5. if i might borrow the words of the King, "well done good and faithful servant".

    curious--why did you put the word BUT before the phrase Are You Ready?

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  6. dede,

    Aha! You caught that! I'm rushing out the door for another day at work. (I work every 2nd Saturday.) Stay tuned. I plan to explain that in a soon coming post.

    Thanks for checking in and have a great weekend.

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