Evxn though my typxwritxr is an old modxl, it works quitx wxll xxcxpt for onx of thx kxys. I havx many timxs wishxd that it workxd pxrfxctly.

It is trux that thxrx arx forty-onx kxys that function wxll xnough, but just onx kxy not working makxs thx diffxrxncx.

Somxtimxs it sxxms to mx that our church is somxthing likx my typxwritxr–not all thx kxy pxoplx arx working propxrly.

As onx of thxm, you may say to yoursxlf, “Wxll, I am only onx pxrson, I don’t makx or brxak thx church.”

Imaginx if thx wholx church fxlt this way. Thx church would not function or makx any sxnsx!

You do makx a big diffxrxncx, bxcausx a church, to bx xffxctivx, nxxds thx activx participation of xvxry pxrson.

So, thx nxxt timx your fxxl your xfforts arx not nxxdxd, rxmxmbxr my typxwritxr and say to yoursxlf, “I am a kxy pxrson in thx congrxgation and I am nxxdxd.”

Don’t be a broken key–be a useful one.

–Author Unknown

2 Responses to The Broken Key

  1. Jim Berni says:

    Just to let you know How Much I Appreciate Your Insprational Messages!! I have using the Words Of Encouragement on The Morning Show ! GREAT ENCOURAGEMENT!!

  2. Keri Siegel says:

    That was very clever!!! It took me a minute or two to figure out the message with thd8 “x” key replacing where the “e” should be. Once I caught on to that and why it waqh not corrected in editing, I got the point. Well done!!! Be blessed.
    Keri Lynn Siegel

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