I was talking to a deaconess yesterday, about how she was getting on with busing some choirs to our Church. She said, “Decisions, decisions” (and she was taking the decisions by herself). I said, “You’re not alone! You don’t have to take all these decisions on YOURSELF! You’re surrounded by Christian brothers and sisters who can help and advise you.” OBSERVATION: Ministers have this syndrome, too -- a lot, I think. They assume the wise and lonely role of Solomon, forgetting that they can just ask the Body, even on the spur of the moment (Solomon was so wise, some say, because he had 700 wives to advise him)!