En las horas después de mi elección como presidente de la SBC, ciertamente había un gran número de cosas que hacer y nuevos lugares en donde estar. El Señor me permitió momentos en los pasillos para conocer y saludar a los bautistas del sur en su mejor momento. Hubo quienes me felicitaron de corazón. Sin embargo, los que me llamaron la atención fueron muchos, casi demasiados para contar, que me dieron la mano y dijeron algo muy similar: “Ed, no voté por ti, pero te amo en Cristo y prometo orar por ti”.
In the hours after my election as SBC president, there certainly were a great number of things to do and new places to be. The Lord allowed me moments in the hallways to meet and greet Southern Baptists at their best. There were those who heartily congratulated me. Yet the ones who caught my attention were many, almost too many to count, who reached out their hand to shake mine and said a very similar thing: “Ed, I did not vote for you, but I love you in Christ and I promise to pray for you.”
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