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Post by Paul2CV Wed Jan 12, 2011 12:24 pm

Hi Forum,

A wonderful story to ponder:

For some small reason, or none at all, a man had stopped attending the services of his church. Noting this fact, the pastor called upon him one winter evening to discuss the matter. As the two men talked, they sat in front of the wood-burning fireplace where a fire burned briskly on the hearth. During the conversation the minister casually took the tongs from their place beside the mantel, and without comment, reached into the flames, removed a brightly glowing ember, and laid it in a place by itself at the edge of the hearth. For a while both men sat in silence watching the small mass as it gradually lost its glow, darkened, became gray and then black. The man then turned to his pastor, sighed, and said, "I see what you mean, Pastor; I'll be back next Sunday."


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