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|iff. %. Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better. — |
Samuel Beckett, playwright, novelist (1906-1989) Stumbling is not falling. —
Portuguese proverb '% 102 # Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what.
|God works in us not only to enable us to do that which pleases him, but even in |
our inner person to have the will to try to ... Spurgeon spoke of the fact that this
stumbling is only the prelude to falling, because stumbling is not the same as
|Similarly God says in Romans 9:33: “Behold, I am laying in Zion a stone that will |
make men stumble, a rock that will make them fall; and he who believes in him
will not be put to shame”26 (compare 1 Peter 2:6).27 Again there is a twofold
|Now the text is, “Now unto Him that is able to keep you from stumbling,” even |
from the smallest form of grieving the Spirit, even from the lightest form of sin
which would not amount to a fall. He can keep you from that which is not quite a
fall, but ...
|He proceeds now to make three points: (1) Israel has indeed "stumbled" but their |
stumble is not final, (2) God uses this "stumble" to bring salvation to the ...
Therefore Paul asks his question: Did they stumble so as to fall beyond recovery?
|In fact, those persons that are consumed by faith understand that stumbling is not |
falling. Those persons consumed with the spirit offaith understand a defeat
suffered in one battle doesn't mean you have lost the entire war. They take their ...
|I. Coming to the text at once, I shall notice, first, run DANGER To an DREADED. It |
is “ stumbling.” What is that? Well, first of all, it is a lesser form of falling. A horse
may stumble and not fall ; yet it is a sort of falling. If there is much stumbling, it will
|from time to time because I have a tendency to get down on myself when I am my |
narrow, tight self and not my good open self. How about you?” He continues by ...
—Samuel Beckett Stumbling is not falling. —Portuguese proverb help you ...
|Luc de Clapiers, Marquis de Vauvenargues • It is the true nature of mankind to |
learn from mistakes, not from example. — Fred ... D. H. Lawrence • The man who
makes no mistakes does not usually make anything. ... Stumbling is not falling.
|I do not know that horses are ever inclined to stumble when walking, which is the |
pace men and women usually go at; and I know that if boys or girls begin to run
— which is the pace horses go at— one is seldom wrong in expecting a fall ...