Date registered: Apr 2009
Vehicle: 96 E-320, 91 190E, various and sundry Euro and American vehicles
Location: N/W Chicago in the cornfields
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Totally agree with that concept, TNTRower.
I am an architect by trade. Designed commercial up to 300,000 sq ft, and all the way down to the decks in your back yard. Most of my clients are homeowners, since I LOVE remodeling. You have to consider who you are dealing with. I approach clients (homeowners) as if they have a 5th grade education in construction, and adjust from there as the meeting goes on (and I've seriously had folks ask "what is a 2"x4"?).
Some are quite interested in the structure, and others could care less. Those who are interested, you walk em through the process.
Same here when dealing with Christianity.
Some could care less.
Some are critical and don't want the project to proceed
Some are on a learning curve and are open minded.
Some have something to lose, and are critical.(generally their loss is due to guilt or conviction).
We are no threat to them, as you state, but we are torn apart, nonetheless. No Matter, because we are aware of how the project will end up. We read the outcome, and see how the mansion will turn out. All we can do is take the critique and understand their lack of knowledge in the matters. In the end, we are assured of payment. The account has already been balanced, via Jesus. Their account is not yet settled. Inevitably theirs will be. You warn them, and in love try and help.
You can lead a horse to water......