Who Do you Trust?
On more than one occasion, stunt artists and tightrope walkers have performed over the rushing waters of Niagara Falls. After one such performance, it’s said that the father of a famous family troupe asked the spectators how many of them believed that he could do it again, with someone riding on his shoulders. Most hands in the crowd went up. They believed he could do it easily. Then he asked for volunteers to ride on his shoulders while he did it. Not a single hand arose. They believed, it seemed, they just didn’t trust him with their own lives. Belief and real trust can be very different things.
In this tract, Carl McMurray urges the reader to reach out to God and His Word ... the real source for truth and assurance.