Men of Faith

I’ve been reading several biographies the last few months about men of great faith. One thing I’ve noticed about these men is that they didn’t waste much time complaining about the way things ought to be. They just did. Perhaps this is the difference between men who are remembered and men who are forgotten. It is one thing to think a thing should be done but another to think that you should be the one to do it.

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