Contributed by Paul Fritz on Dec 9, 2007
Paul epitomizes the ideal scriptural mailman as it can be said, "Neither rain, nor sleet, nor dark of night can keep this courageous courier from the swift completion of his appointed task."
Paul - The Ideal Mailman (Acts 28)
Mitchell Kendall engraved this famous saying on the New York City post office, taken from Herodutus about the diligence of the Persian mailmen during the heat of their battles with the Greeks in 500 B.C.
"Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor hail, nor