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|But why must we be "destined" for trials? Why can't we just live our lives without |
interruption and aggravation? J.K. Gresset explained, "God prepares great men
for great tasks by great trials." Martin Luther put it this way, "No man ought to lay a
|Why Believe in God? Abalo Kossi. I count him braver who overcomes his desires |
than him who overcomes his enemies; for the hardest victory is victory over self.
—Aristotle God prepares great men for great tasks by great trials. —J. K. Gressett
|So one may have to pass through this kind of experience because of some great |
task ahead. ... But in all this God was only preparing the man for the great
position that He had in store for him. ... also from the teaching of the Scriptures
and the lives of saints, that God sometimes prepares a man for a great trial in this
|God prepares great men for great tasks by great trials. J. K. GRESSETT We sent |
Timothy . . . to strengthen and encourage you in your faith, so that no one would
be unsettled by these trials. You know quite well that we were destined for them.
|God prepares ^reat men (or great tasks V great trials. ♢ J. K. Gressett The |
Otabeles Nothing worthwhile comes easily, least of all success. There's work to
be done. There are papers to complete, tests to take, and obstacles to overcome.
|GENESIS 50:19-20 4T God sometimes prepares a man for a great trial by giving |
him some lesser trials. ... the long history of the Church and her saints, that when
God has a particularly great task for a man to perform, He generally does try him.
|In this volume, Jeremias suggests that the book of Amos was produced through various stages over time.|
|20 Avoiding Suffering God prepares great men for great tasks by great trials. J. K. |
GRESSETT We sent Timothy ... to strengthen and encourage you in your faith, so
that no one would be unsettled by these trials. You know quite well that we ...
|Israel was a people who knew prosperity while in Egypt. Then another ... Forty |
years would pass by for God to prepare both the children of Israel and Moses. ...
The great Moses was humbled through the task of tending sheep in the desert.
|In these and a multitude of other great promises, God says, “I know where you |
are.” What comfort! ... This is a wonderful reminder that it is often the most
humbling tasks that prepare us for the higher, greater tasks. In my first year as a
student at ...