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A Little Scroll
Revelation 10.1-11

One of the most famous baseball umpires of all time, Bill Klem, earned his reputation by insisting that the umpire’s word was not only final, but in a sense creative. On one celebrated occasion, he waited a long time to call a particular pitch. Some umpires would say that the ball was, in its own right, either a ‘ball’ or a ‘strike’, so that the umpire would merely be acknowledging the facts of the case. Klem was made of sterner stuff. ‘Well,’ asked the player, ‘is it a ball or a strike?’ ‘Sonny,’ replied Klem, ‘it ain’t nothing ’til I call it.’...

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