|Pastor: There’s a light bulb burnt out in
the sanctuary. Can you help?
Middle Adopter: Sure.
(Gets ladder, puts new bulb in.)
|Pastor: There’s a light bulb
burnt out in the sanctuary. Can
Late Adopter: Are you sure we
need a new bulb? There’s
nothing wrong with the old
bulb. Give it a chance. My
mother gave that bulb to the
church as a memorial to my
grandfather; see the plaque
next to the fixture? Have you
tried praying for healing for the
bulb? Where is your faith?
|Pastor: There’s a light bulb burnt
out in the sanctuary. Can you
Laggard: After a while, the truly
faithful really begin to sense God
at work in the dark. Perhaps God
prefers the dark. When God wants
a new bulb, He will change it
Himself. Stop interfering with the
will of the Lord with your devilish
desire to change everything!
| WHY CHANGE IS SO RARE
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