Doctors of old times tested the sanity of mental patients with the following test: The patient was placed in a room with a sink. The faucet was turned on and a stopper was put in the drain until the sink overflowed. The patient was then handed a mop and the door was closed. If the patient had enough sense to shut off the water, pull the plug, and then mop up the water, he was considered capable of going home. But on the other hand, if the patient mopped like crazy and never bothered to shut off the water and/or pull the plug, he was considered still insane and needed to be detained a little longer in the mental institution.
There are people in this world that are mopping like crazy… and they’re not in mental institutions. They’re people who we’d consider quite sane. BUT they are plagued by their own personal demons, and they haven’t figured out how to stop the flooding in their lives. They know there’s a problem they just haven’t figured out where to go to solve it. They’re like people who came and found the demoniac clothed & in his right mind. They see what Jesus can do in a person’s life – but then they send Him away.
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