The Eye Opener
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Patience is a virtue that few alcoholics have. We want to do everything yesterday. Even after we sober up, we seldom acquire any substantial amount of this virtue. We feel a real need to make up for all our lost years; we fret and fume over delays; we feel the world should synchronize their watches with ours.
Like Phillips Brooks, we are in a hurry, but God isn’t.