Access to the very top

An Icelandic teenager, some years ago, created quite a stir when he phoned the White House in Washington to speak to President George Bush. To get through security, Vifill Atlason pretended to be the President of Iceland. But before they’d put him through to the President, White House security officers asked a series of questions to verify his identity. Unfortunately the checkpoints proved one too many and Vifill didn’t get through to George Bush – although he did receive a visit from the local police. That’s because access to the most powerful leader in the world is granted only to a select few who are able to negotiate those checkpoints. But it’s good to know that access to God is open to all of us, anywhere, anytime. ‘Call to me,’ He says, ‘and I will answer you.’

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