You probably have noticed some people at times have distinctive ideas about clergymen. No minister, priest, or rabbi is supernatural. They are human beings. The inner voice which beckoned them to their calling usually provides them with patience, tolerance and benevolence. But they are still human and have the same traits of curiosity and anxiety as other people.

We imagine most men of the cloth wonder at times about their adequacy–or inadequacies. Hours of preparation and prayer precede a worship service. Even so, no clergyman can strike a responsive chord to or for every one on every occasion. This is just as impossible as it is for a ball player to hit a home run every time at bat.

But, when a responsive chord is struck, wouldn’t it be a good idea–at least once in a while–to write a note and say so? Remember–they are human too…………