When I was a little boy, my dad said, "Johnny, did you see the man I baptized today?"
"Yes," I replied, wanting more food on my plate.
"At the top of the baptismal tank he turned and said, 'Hey preacher, the water didn't hurt my money,' and turning around, he showed me his money. 'Why did you bring your money into the baptistry?' I asked. 'I wanted my money converted,' he said. Johnny, never forget, your money must be converted."
That man wanted to be revived and reformed in his whole life, with no part of it left out. There truly is a need for revival and reformation.
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