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Let It Be Heard
Fritz Kreisler once coveted a beautiful Guarnerius
violin. He heard its lovely tone and offered all he
possessed for it but found it had already been sold to
a collector. "That divine voice doomed to silence under
a glass case in a collector's museum was a tragedy that
rent my heart," Kreisler wrote. The violinist kept on
the trail of the owner, pleading and threatening.
Finally the collector took the violin out of its locked
case, handed it to Kreisler, and said, "Play."
Kreisler tuned the instrument and played it as if his
life depended on it. Moved by the performance, the
collector said, "I have no right to it. Keep it. Take
it out into the world and let it be heard."
Isn't that what we're told to do with the good news of
God's love? Take it out into the world and let it be
-- Source: Let Me Illustrate, Albert P. Stauderman. P.
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