In 1982, "ABC Evening News" reported on an unusual work of modern art--a
chair affixed to a shotgun. It was to be viewed by sitting in the chair and looking directly into the
gun barrel. The gun was loaded and set on a timer to fire at an undetermined moment within the next hundred years.
The amazing thing was that people waited in lines to sit and stare into the shell's path! They all knew the gun could go off at point-blank range at
any moment, but they were gambling that the fatal blast wouldn't happen during their
minute in the chair.
Yes, it was foolhardy, yet many people who wouldn't dream of sitting in that chair live a lifetime gambling that they can get away with sin. Foolishly
they ignore the risk until the inevitable self-destruction.
Jeffrey D. King
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