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Dwight L. Moody said: “I was down in Texas some time ago, and happened to pick up a newspaper, and in it they called me “Old Moody.” Honestly, I had never been called old before. I went to my hotel, and looked in the looking glass. I can’t conceive of getting old. I have a life that is never going to end. Death may change my position but not my condition, not my standing with Jesus Christ.

“Old! I wish you all felt as young as I do here tonight. Why, I am only sixty-two years old! If you meet me ten million years hence, then I will be young. Read that ninety-first Psalm, ‘With long life will I satisfy him.’ That doesn’t mean seventy years. Would that satisfy you?

“Did you ever see a man or woman of seventy satisfied? Don’t they want to live longer? You know that seventy wouldn’t satisfy you. Would eighty? Would ninety? Would one hundred?

“If Adam had lived to be a million years old, and then had to die, he wouldn’t be satisfied. ‘With long life will I satisfy him’—life without end! Don’t call me old. I am only sixty-two. I have only begun to live.”

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