In his book Life Essentials, author Tony Evans remembers how one of his favorite professors at Dallas Seminary, Dr. Howard Hendricks, told the class of how his fifth grade teacher had tied him to a chair in an attempt to make him behave.
A lady went to her local bank to withdraw some money from her account. Having received it from the teller, she proceeded to count it and then recount it. Wondering if he had made a mistake, the teller asked, “What is it, lady? Isn’t it all there?” The woman snapped back, “It just is!” I am not sure what this woman was expecting, but banks are not charities. They give us exactly what we ask for, no more and no less.
Fanny Crosby was a prolific hymn writer of a past generation. During her lifetime, she wrote over 8000 songs, most of which have been forgotten. Although some have endured and continue to minister to the church of today: “To God Be the Glory,” “Blessed Assurance,” and “All the Way My Savior Leads Me.”
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