The following is the text of a sermon I heard in Hillsborough, North
Carolina in the Spring of 1989.
People, you are not concerned in what you're doing in now! You are not
concerned in what you're doing in right now! When the world is going to
take care of itself, boy, is it going to take care of itself. And it's
going to take a year from now.
I'm the one who's going to pay the price for what I don't have, and I'm
going to get my life straightened out. Something is great, something can be
great, and I want it. That's what the world can have.
This is the kind of business I'm trying to be a friend in. This is the kind
of business I'm trying to be a friend in, and I am wanted!
There is one thing I really wanted to say in this world, and I couldn't get
This is how it spreads out, this is how it's going to spread out, and this
is how it really should spread out. When something is feeling in danger
and you don't know it, you've got to give this world a chance.
I want something to happen. I want nice things to happen. I show it that
way. I want more things to happen. I want nice things to happen because
it shows that. And you want things to happen for you and things to happen
for the world.
That's how you appreciate something-- you want it to happen. Now you know
it, that more things can happen. I know a change can happen. A change in