{Audience of One}


“I heard the story of a concert pianist in the last century that longed to play in teh great concert hall in Vienna. When he finished his first concert before thousands, the people gave him a long standing ovation. Afterwards, he was asked, “Was it the greatest moment in your life to recieve this long applause?” The concert pianist replied “No! I like it, but it was not the most important thing to me.” He said, “When the people all sat down, an elderly man who sat in the top corner of the balcony simply nodded his head at me. That was the greatest moment of my life because he is the master who taught me for 30 years. One nod from him was worth much more than the long applause of the masses.” ”
{Taken from: Song of Songs Study Guide: Mike Bickle}



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