It Takes Time

    Suppose I should send my little boy, five years old, to school to-morrow morning, and when he came home in the afternoon, say to him:

    "Willie, can you read? can you write? can you spell? Do you understand all about algebra, geometry, Hebrew, Latin and Greek?"

    "Why, papa," the little fellow would say, "how funny you talk. I have been all day trying to learn the A, B, C's!"

    Suppose I should reply: "If you have not finished your education, you need not go any more." What would you say? Why, you would say I had gone mad!

    There would be just as much reason in that as in the way that people talk about the Bible. The men who have studied the Bible for fifty years have never got down to the depths of it yet. There are truths there that the church of God has been searching out for the last nineteen hundred years, but no man has yet fathomed the depths of the ever-living stream.