You Can Do It by Frank Pollard

YOU CAN DO IT
Exodus 3 1-5
Are you really serious about letting others see Jesus in
you? That involves quite a decision, but what an eternally
rewarding decision it is.
One fellow was asked: "Do you have trouble making
decisions?" He answered: "Well, yes and no." That answer
could apply to most of us. Yet decisions make all the
difference in two worlds. Robert Frost wrote:
I shall be telling this with a sigh,
Somewhere ages and ages hence.
Two roads diverged in the wood
And T, I took the road less travelled by.
And that has made all the difference.
Dr. Seuss approached the same theme and he wrote about
"The Guy Who Couldn't Mjake up His Nind."
Did I ever tell you about the young Zoad
Who came to two signs at a fork in the road?
One said 'To Place One' and the other
'Place Two,'
So the Zoad had to make up his mind what to do.
Well, the Zoad scratched his head and his chlinl
and his pants
And he said to himself, "Now I'll be taking a
chance
If I go to place one, that place may b(- hot..
So how do I knolw if I'll lilke it or not?
On the other hand, though, I'll feel such a
fool
If I go to place two and I find it's too cool,
I may catch a chill and turn blue.
So place one may be best, not place two.
On the other hand, thougah if place one is
too high
I may get a terrible earache and die.
On the other iland, though, what might happ-en
to me
If I go to place two and I find it's too low,
I could catch a terribly straanoe pain in my toe!
So place one rmay be best.
So he started to go and he stopped and said:
'On the other hand, though, on the other hand,
other hand, other hand though ,
And for thirty-six hours and one half that Zoad
Made starts and made stops at that fork in the
road
Saying, 'No, don't take a chance, you may not
be right.'
Then he got an idea which was wonderfully bright.
'Play safe!' cried the Zoad, 'I'll play
safe, I'm no dunce!
I'll simply start off to both places at once.'
And that's how the Zoad, who ...


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