Turning round and looking him full in the face, the old man answered him, "You are the first clergyman who has ever asked me that question." He went with Canon Hoare into his study, and to make a long story short, he gave his heart to Christ, and found his resting-place, and in Canon Hoare's study to the day of his death hung a well-know picture representing the saving of a life from a wreck. It was the gift of the grateful man, who had found a resting-place not only for his body but for his soul.
Ask yourself the question now, before you turn to another page, "Have I found a resting-place for my soul?"
author unknown, page 18 in One Thousand Evangelistic Illustrations, edited by Webb, A. (1924). New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers