'He entered through the first door and found himself going down a long hall'. At the end of it were two more doors, one marked, 'For officers' and the other, 'For non-officers.' He entered through the latter and found himself going down another long hall. At the end of it were two more doors, one marked, 'For party members' and the other, 'For non-party members.' He took the second door, and when he opened it he found himself out on the street.'
'When the soldier returned home, his mother asked him, 'How did you get along at the hospital?' 'Well, Mother,' he replied, 'to tell the truth, the people there didn't do anything for me, but you ought to see the tremendous organization they have!'"
The soldier's comment describes many churches in our day: really organized, but accomplishing little.