No way! “Yes way, I’m afraid.”
So what can Christians learn from stoves? Oh well, I didn’t think much about it until I actually did (i.e. learn from a stove.) you know the routine – light a matchstick, light the wicks, blow off the matchstickthrow it away, fix the stove, yaddar yaddar yaddar. That’s just what I was doing when I noticed that as I lit the wicks, the matchstick burned brightermore vigorously than the old looking wicks. But it also burnt away faster,soon, there would be none of it left, but the wicks continued to burn all the way…till the stove was put off.
I think that the real thing doesn’t flaunt its process, it doesn’t need to,it just does its job efficiently, continuously. But the fake thing, which doesn’t lastisn’t equipped for that job shows off pretty muchburns out half as fast: funny, huh?