Why Not You?

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A man had two dogs, and he liked them to go in and out of the house freely, therefore he cut two holes in the door. When he was asked the reason for this, he answered, "The little hole is for the little dog, and the big hole is for the great dog."
Then said one, "But the little dog might have gone through the same hole as the big dog, surely."
"There now," said he, "I never thought of that!"
I want you to think of it, dear reader: the little dog can pass where the big dog has entered. If the dying thief came to Christ and was saved, why not you? If Saul of Tarsus, "the chief of sinners," found room, there is room for you. Write yourself down as black as you like, but still remember that others even blacker have been saved, and why not you?