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GLMX #71: Will You Follow the Crowd or Will You Follow Christ?

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Daniel Whyte III

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People said that Christopher Columbus would sail off the edge of the earth, but in 1492 he discovered America.

People laughed at the Wright brothers' attempts to create a flying machine, but in 1903 they flew the first airplane.

Albert Einstein's teachers failed him in school, but he went on to be the most famous scientist of the twentieth century.

Musicians and critics booed the music of Richard Wagner, but his compositions transformed the music world.

Westinghouse was called a fool for daring to stop a train with wind, but today his airbrakes are used the world over.

People called Abraham Lincoln a country bumpkin, but he went on to become one of our most respected presidents.

We smile at the crowd's failure to appreciate something new or different. But being wrong can be a serious problem when it comes to our relationship to God. Too much is at stake.

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