question that comes to. . .and I've faced this question a number of times, and it sort of broadens thepicture a little bit. There have been people who have come to Christ in a very severe and final illness,maybe days, maybe hours, maybe just a few weeks from death that are, in no way, capable of beingbaptized.They miss that ordinance, and yet, certainly, God knows the spirit of obedience and the heart ofobedience, and I would just say that the desire in the heart to honor the Lord Jesus Christ, the desirein the heart to exalt the cross and exalt the Savior on the cross; certainly, God counts as the act,where the act is impossible. You understand that.If a person cannot do because it is impossible for them to do what they would otherwise do, that theLord does understand. If a person doesn't have the capacity to swallow; obviously, they can't eat thebread, and they can't drink the cup. I don't think we need to somehow reduce it to an IV drip. I don'tthink that's required. I think the heart attitude counts for the act because it's the heart that God looks at anyway. Iremember a dear old lady in her 90s that I had the privilege of being with when she embraced Christin the hospital.She was in her 90s, and another lady had encouraged me to go there, and I gave her the Gospel,and she responded to the Gospel and she repented, and after we talked a little bit about that, shesaid to me; she said, "I wish that I could be baptized. I really wish that I could be baptized."Well, she was in the throws of death already and didn't live very long after that. It was an impossibilityto immerse her, but I'm quite confident that the intent of her heart was sufficient to indicate to God thespirit of obedience that was there, and because of physical compunctions, it was unable to be fulfilled,but God looks at the heart in a matter like that. Where we have the capability to do what God has asked us to do, we do it. Where we don't have thecapability, the intent of the heart is sufficient to satisfy him, I'm quite confident. Thank you, Kimberly.Ron. QUESTIONER: First, thanks for being my friend and being a riveting pastor. JOHN: Thank you. QUESTIONER: His Third Commandment, "Don't take the Lord's name in vain," so if a person is anactor and he's going to play a part in a movie and he's going to take the Lord's name in vain, shouldhe not take the part, or if he takes the part, is he going to answer to God?