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Charles Spurgeon, “A man’s life is always more forcible than his speech. When men take stock of him they reckon his deeds as dollars and his words as pennies. If his life and doctrine disagree the mass of onlookers accept his practice and reject his preaching.” Will Rogers, “Live in such a way that you would not be ashamed to sell your parrot to the town gossip.” We need to be careful that our words and our actions are consistent with one another. We need to learn to talk as Christ called us to talk and walk as Christ called us to walk. And to do that sometimes we have to get back to the basics of life. (Drill Sergeant McGruder – For the next three months I am going to be your mother, father, brother, sister, grandma, & grandpa. You may think like civilians now, but by the time you leave here you are going to eat, sleep, shoot, shine, run and walk like American soldiers). He was right, by the time we left basic training we were walking like American soldiers. We still had a lot to learn but without a doubt our appearance, our walk, and our outlook on life had changed. We were no longer civilians we were soldiers.

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