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The regular minister was stranded in a snowstorm. A young substitute preacher started his sermon by explaining the meaning of a substitute. “If you break a window,” he said, “and then cover the hole with a piece of plywood – that’s a substitute.”
After the sermon, a well-intentioned woman complimented the young man. As she enthusiastically shook his hand, she said: “You were no substitute. You were a real pane!”
Make it a point to say something encouraging to someone today, and do it in such a way that there will be no doubt as to your intention.
But encourage one another daily, as long as it is called Today . . . (Hebrews 3:13a)