Wednesday, November 2, 2011


A man was asked to tell his favorite Bible verse. Here is what he quoted: " And it came to pass." This surprised everybody, as it possibly surprises you.. because it is not a quoted passage, in fact not even a verse. Yet he insisted that " and it came to pass" was the one most meaningful to him.
In every trouble , he explained , he thinks of Biblical line. The problem, the difficulty, did not come to stay; it came to pass. It came to leave its imprint upon his personality and his character. It came to teach its particular lesson. But it was not, of itself a finality. It did not come to stay. It came to pass. -  Wilbert E. Scheer.


Michael said...

Well, that makes sense! LOL!

simply kim said...

that was very nice. simple yet very very true...

by the way do you mind checking out on The Shack At The End of the Road?