Beloved saints, the Lord bless every one of you nearly to death and set the sideboards of your soul out and make you a bread wagon, and load you up with bread from the King's table, and as you run over the roots and rocks of life may a few loaves fall off for the hungry multitudes. If that will take place, which it ought to, you will be able to toll a great multitude right into the kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ, for it is a fact that pigs will follow a loaded wagon when the corn is tumbling off, and we ought to be able to do as well by the people as we have done by the pigs, and thank the Lord we will do it. Now for a little while let's you and I study a beautiful thought which is brought out in this wonderful 12th chapter of Exodus, for Moses said, "Your lamb shall be roast with fire." The lamb had to be roasted with fire before it was ready to serve, and just so with us; we must have the fire from heaven on us before we are prepared to serve. The man that hasn't been burned out is still woefully in need of something from the Lord. But thank the Lord, John the Baptist said in the 3d chapter of Matthew, that "He shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost and with fire," and when the refining fire goes through our hearts and inbred sin is burned out, and the old man is crucified, and the "body of sin" is destroyed, and the fire begins to burn on the altar of our soul, it won't be long until there will be somebody sticking out both hands and all their toes as they warm by your fire. If we have fire enough to warm the people, we will be able to burn our way through the difficulties, and surrounding circumstances, and the imaginary impossibilities that the Devil will throw across our pathway. For the Devil is a world-beater on showing weak saints dangerous things that are really not in existence. The most of our troubles have been brought about by troubles that never existed. The average man sees the bridge break down before he is within two miles of the creek, and he just knows that he will never be able to cross the bridge and behold, when he gets to the place where the bridge looked so dangerous, there is nothing in existence there. But thank the Lord, if we get the fire to burning right good, we will be able to burn our way through anything that the Devil can scare up. But don't forget we are no good until we get the fire from heaven. I want to praise the Lord that the fire still burns and the wheel still turns, and God is still dropping me off at the right place. Bless His name!
Robinson, Reuben A. (Bud). The Collected Works of 'Uncle Bud' Robinson (Kindle Locations 3465-3482). Jawbone Digital. Kindle Edition.