Warren epitomizes the attitude of the faithful preacher and teacher. "In season" preaching is easy to do, in the fair weather of friends and favorable response. "Out of season" preaching is a differently-colored horse. There are a great many Bible subjects one should feel great joy and enthusiasm for speaking--grace, hope, peace, heaven, salvation, fellowship, love, and forgiveness. Others do not elicit such a happy emotion. They are "hard to hear" and "hard to speak." They challenge one's courage and conviction to the core. One, facing the need to present such lessons, can easily count the cost and feel unwilling to pay. Yet, such a one cannot be counted or considered faithful. The faithful proclaimer says, "I will 'speak no matter what it costs.'" Our biblical examples, men like Nathan, Jeremiah, John the Baptist, Paul, and Christ, were of that ilk. Those who populate heaven, in response to Christ's Great Commission, are those who adopt this philosophy. Those who edify, reprove, and rebuke the people of God are the ones who take this mindset to heart. May you and I be so dedicated as Warren and "speak no matter what it costs."