This question is found in a number of venues. The first time I personally saw it was on a church building sign. Then, it showed up in several articles and books. Most recently, I received it on a beautiful paper weight as a Father’s Day gift from my daughter.
The question demands we consider the depth of our faith and the strength of our vision.
The question requires us to reflect deep into our soul to determine where we are and where we want to go.
The question also issues in a concern for our answer because once we answer the question, we assume a responsibility to act upon it, a responsibility that requires us to get up and do something.
The question applies to every individual and congregation. It stretches across every generation, culture, and era.
Before you read the question, remember to give serious consideration to the question before answering.
The question is simply this: “What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?”