“Does 6s matter? RCB with most sixes (103) in IPL6 could not qualify to the last four, while CSK conceding most 6s (80) tops the table!” writes Mohandas Menon, a smart cricket statistician. By hitting those sixes, several of those were totally unnecessary given the match situation, the RCB batsmen were playing to the ‘gallery’. They were responding to the crowd’s demand. The result of such foolishness is for us to see – a disappointing failure to qualify for the playoffs narrowly for two years in a row. We too can ‘do a RCB’. Let me explain: we can do those things that are pleasing to the crowd and fail to walk in the “narrow”, unpopular, way which Jesus talked about (Math 7:14). The end result of following the broad way, the popular way, is ‘disqualification’ from eternal heaven (I Cor 9:27). The consequences of this folly is an everlasting torment in hell-fire – a place Jesus talked about eight times.