D. L. Moody was a famous19th century preacher known for his evangelistic campaigns, which attracted large crowds. These meetings were often attended by hecklers who were in violent disagreement with his teaching.
In the final service of one meeting, an usher handed Moody a note as he approached the lectern. It was from an atheist who had been giving Mr. Moody a great deal of trouble. The evangelist, however, supposed that is was an announcement, so he quieted the large audience and prepared to read it. Opening the folded piece of paper he found scrawled in large print only one word: “Fool!” The colorful preacher was equal to the occasion. He looked around the audience and said…. Continue reading