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Sermon Illustrations: Risk Taking

David went out on a limb - he risked his life. He risked his reputation. Imagine if he'd failed and lived to tell the tale. He'd be the skeleton in the closet of that family. "Hey, Daddy. Tell us what happened to Uncle David." "You keep your mouth shut boy. We don't mention that name in this family." David could have been the crazy kid who went out to fight the giant. We remember him as a hero, but we forget that it started with the willingness to take a risk.

Two caterpillars were perched on a leaf when they saw a butterfly overhead. The first caterpillar said to the second, "It might look like fun, but you'll never get me up in one of those things.

If no one ever took risks, Michelangelo would have painted the Sistine floor. Neil Simon

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