“For if the trumpet [bugle] give an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to the battle?” (I Corinthians 14:8). The battle, the bugle, and the bugler – we need to understand the nature of the conflict. This is not conventional warfare – we are contending with an unseen world and “agents from the very strongholds of evil.” The bugle is our message and it must be God’s Word and not our opinions. The bugler is the messenger, you and I. This is a day for voices, not echoes, and we need a clear-cut reveille, not a muffled discord, not something neither yea nor nay. This is a day of “yo-men,” who say neither yes nor no.