I know I spend a lot of time hugging my balance beam. I think we could all use a nudge to stand up and start learning to walk. This is part of a much longer sermon, so it's not all he has to say (for instance, he isn't saying that what you do on the balance beam is the only thing that matters, and works don't grant you salvation), but even taken out of context, I think this is a pretty good reminder of how easy it is to let our love for God sit stagnant and remain safe and contained and in the end fairly fruitless. Just saying "I love You" isn't enough. God calls us to do much more.