That “convenient season” never came. Felix did not have a sense of urgency. His procrastination cost him. A lack of urgency in all likelihood robbed him of salvation.
A scientist in the Southwest was making a study of a particular bird. It was hard to find and even harder to study. He watch some of these birds fly near a cave on a hard to reach cliff under a canyon wall. So he hiked up to the wall and lowered himself down to the ledge and then kicked off the wall to the cave underneath. There he united his rope and set a rock on it so it would not swing out and away from him. He had just turned and pulled out his lamp when he heard a noise. He spun around just in time to see the rope had come loose and was swinging out into the canyon. He quickly assessed the situation – He must catch the rope on the first swing of its pendulum – it will never be as close as it is now! If he failed, he would be trapped in the cave.
That is a story of urgency. This busy season may be the only time our guests have to hear the gospel. The rope is swinging closer than it ever will. God will be transforming lives at Windermere this summer!