your prayer request
No Price Too High!
As you know a single letter or comma
can change the meaning of a message. For example, back in the
days when messages were sent by telegraph there was a code for
each punctuation mark.
A woman was touring in Europe and she
cabled her husband to ask whether she could buy a beautiful bracelet
for $75,000. The husband relayed the message back, “No,
price too high.”
However, the cable operator in transmitting
the message missed the signal for the comma right after the word
“No.” Consequently, the woman received the message
which read, “No price too high.” So she bought the
bracelet. The husband sued the company and won! After that the
users of Morse code spelled out punctuation.
Now when it comes to reaching people
our attitude must not be “No. Price too high.” Rather,
it should be “No price too high!”
The life-changing gospel is a treasure
beyond calculation. Certainly there is no price too high in getting
that message to the ends of the earth.
It is my great joy to be a part of
a church that loves the gospel and loves the peoples of our world.
May God continually increase our desire to go through every door
By the way, if you missed the 11:00
seminar by Larry Moyer on Sunday, October 8, it is available on
DVD through the church office. There is also a printed study guide
you can use while you’re following the teaching, and it
is also available through the office.
Until All Have Heard,