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|Proverbs, Parables, and Principles to Tackle Your Toughest Business |
Challenges Dave Anderson ... “The desire of the lazy man kills him, for his hands
refuse to labor” (Prov. 21:25). “And besides they learn to be idle, wandering
about from ...
2003 - 1325 pages
|hand of my God which had been good upon me, and also of the king's words that |
he had spoken to me. So they said, “Let ... Proverbs 21:25–26 14 15 16 17 18 25
The desire of the lazy man kills him, For his hands refuse to labor. 26 He covets ...
|Proverbs 21:25 The desire of the lazy man kills him, for his hands refuse to labor. |
Sick, fat and death by grace. . . We have adopted a mentality in the church that
sounds a little weird to the world and rightfully so. We expect to live however we ...
|Laziness permits us to be passive when decisive and loving action is needed. ... |
The desire of the sluggard kills him, for his hands refuse to labor. (Prov. 21:25)
SAMUEL JOHNSON COMMITMENT 1: We will give ourselves to a 111 Pulling ...
1988 - 297 pages
|"The strong desire of the lazy one will kill him, for his hands refuse to labor" (|
Proverbs 21:25). The consequences of sloth are terrible to behold. "Slothfulness
casts into a deep sleep, and an idle soul shall suffer hunger" (ibid. 19:15). There
Wilma Le Roux - 2003 - 126 pages
|Proverbs 18:1 (kjv) The desire of the lazy man kills him, for his hands refuse to |
labor. He covets greedily all day long, but the righteous gives and does not spare
. Proverbs 21:25-26 (nkjv) Eat thou not the bread of him that hath an evil eye, ...
|Fools despise wisdom and instruction (Prov. 1:7). Fools hate knowledge (Prov. 1:|
22). Wise people store up knowledge (Prov. ... The desire of the slothful [lazy] kills
him, for his hands refuse to labor (Prov. 21 :25). Be not lagging in diligence, ...
|And the king granted them to me according to the good hand of my God upon me. |
... have put far from me, And my acquaintances into darkness. r - Proverbs 21:25,
26 - ^ 25 The desire of the lazy man kills him, For his hands refuse to labor.
|Another proverb tells us, "The desire of the lazy man kills him, for his hands |
refuse to labor. He covets greedily all day long, but the righteous gives and does
not spare" (21 :25-26). Again the contrast is sharp — the lazy man wants more
|However, rest in and by itself, without any of these presuppositions, is rest in |
name only, resulting in laziness. ... of his body literally kill him, as Scripture says:
The desire of the slothful kjlleth him, for his hands refuse to labour (Prov. 21:25).