Dr. Clyde McDowell, Focal Point, Spring, 1997, p. 3
The story is told of a man who came to visit his old friend, a music teacher. As the man came in, he said, "What's the good news today?" The old teacher was silent as he stood up and walked across the room. He picked up a small hammer and struck a tuning fork. As the note sounded throughout the room, he said, "That is &ls;A.' It is &ls;A' today; it was &ls;A' 5, 000 years ago, and it will be &ls;A' 10, 000 years from now. The soprano upstairs sings off-key, the tenor across the hall flats on his high notes, and the piano downstairs is out of tune." He struck the note again and said, "That is &ls;A,' my friend, and that's the good news for today!"
The only hope for a world out of tune is to know that Jesus is the truth: "Yesterday, today and forever" (