In 1953 a man arrived at the downtown Chicago railroad station on his way to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. He stepped off the train, a tall man with bushy hair and a big mustache.As the cameras flashed and city officials approached with hands outstretched to meet him, he thanked them politely. Then he asked to be excused for a minute.He walked through the crowd to the side of an elderly black woman struggling with two large suitcases. He picked them up, smiled, and escorted her to the bus, helped her get on, and wished her a safe journey. A God ProvideThen Albert Schweitzer turned to the crowd and apologized for keeping them waiting. It is reported that one member of the reception committee told a reporter, “That’s the first time I ever saw a sermon walking.”We’ve been given a great task – to live in harmony, to weep with the mournful, to laugh with the joyful, to not be conceited. Especially, we are called to be righteous, but not self-righteous. We are called to be humble. With help from Roy Lloyd You can preach a better sermon with your life than with your lips!