A friend of mine ate dog food one evening. No, he wasn’t at a fraternity initiation nor a hobo party…he was actually at an elegant student reception in a physician’s home near Miami. The dog food was served on delicate little crackers with a wedge of imported cheese, bacon chips, an olive, and a sliver of pimento on top. That’s right, friends and neighbors; it was hors d’oeuvres a la Alpo.
For two thousand years, critics have chipped away at the cornerstone of Christianity—Jesus Christ. Yet Christianity has stood firm not because it has successfully covered up a conspiracy, as Dan Brown, author of The Da Vinci Code, asserts throughout his fictionalized account, but because it has stood strong in its reliance on the truth of the deity of Christ.
There have been so many times when I just sat out in the driveway in my car listening to you, because I didn’t want to miss any of your message.