A man in a frontier town hitched his horse every day in front of the same saloon. One morning the saloon keeper came out and found that the horse was hitched in front of the Methodist Church. He saw the man walking down the street and called out, “Say, why is your horse hitched in front of the church this morning?”
The man turned to the saloon keeper and said, “Last night I was converted in the revival meeting, so I’ve changed hitching posts.”
That’s what it means to be converted—you change hitching posts.