The Power Is There
Herbert Smith tells how thrilled he was to receive a car shortly after he began his missionary work overseas. However, his enthusiasm dimmed somewhat when he was told that the car would not start without a push. After pondering his problem, he devised a plan, which he thought was great. He went to a school near his home, got permission to take some children out of class and had them push his car each morning to get it started. As he made his rounds, he would either park on a hill or leave the engine running. He used this ingenious plan for two whole years without a hitch.
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