“Some things in life are optional and some are not.
Wearing shoes is optional. But eating is not.
Driving a car is optional. But once you choose the option, driving on the right-hand side of the road (here in America) is not.
Becoming a Christian is optional. But once you decide to ask Jesus Christ to take control of your life, involvement in world missions is no longer optional. I’m not saying that these things are impossible. You can choose to go without eating, but if you do, you must take the consequences. . . You can choose to drive on the left but you will pay fines and cause accidents.”
–Peter C. Wagner, On the Crest of the Wave (Glendale, Calif.: Regal, 1983), 5