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|To repeat an Eastern proverb — "The devil tempts all other men : but idle men |
tempt the devil." No work ! — less honesty in man : To live — lie gets just what he
can ; But give him work and he will think, Better to rise than downward sink.
|Mr. Mott is a Christian man, working for the uplift of mankind, but he is neither an |
evangelist nor a revivalist. He does not preach to the students, but talks to ...
There is • proverb that the Devil tempts all men, but idle men tempt the Devil.
|What a world of temptation it is ! We tempt God, and God tempts us. Again Satan |
tempts us, and we tempt Satan, as the proverb says, "The devil tempts all men,
but the idle man tempts the devil." And still further, man tempts man. What a
|Arabic Man: “Qaleelan... but you did not come to ask me if I can translate for you; |
have you.” Samuel: “I came to ask ... Does the phrase, 'The Devil tempts all men
but idle men tempt the Devil', mean anything to you?” The attention of the room ...
|That is why it satisfies nobody Whenever you hold a fellow creature in distress, |
remember that he is a man Courage leads to ... is no darkness, but ignorance No
legacy is so rich as honestly The devil tempts all men, but idle men tempt the
|S. Mcgrane. Chapter 31 Work “Idle hands are the devil's playground.” The basket |
with two handles can be carried by two. The devil tempts all men, but idle men
tempt the devil. Work 109.
|Plato. “A man who has not gone through the hell ofhis passions has not |
overcome them either.” Carljung. “The devil tempts all men, but idle men tempt
the devil.” Arabian Proverb. “Few men have virtue to withstand the highest bidder.
” George ...
|And so it comes to pass in this way that the minister, with all his flesh and blood |
about him, has the door of temptation thrown open to him and then closed behind
him. Blind confiding ... The devil tempts the industrious; idle men tempt the devil.
|The fact is, there is no profession, class, or avocation so exposed to or tempted |
by the devil of sensuality as the ministry. ... And he is a sedentary man, of nervous
, sanguine temperament, and, like all men of this sort and life, feels the law of his
... The devil tempts the industrious; idle men tempt the devil. The clergy should
give more earnest heed to ' muscular Christianity.' But not only is their life afflicted
with deficiency in bodily exercise, but it is additionally cursed with temptations
|Alas ! with all their spiritual endowments, they have proved to be but frail and |
fallible men ; and though there are many excellent persons ... The fact is, there is
no profession, class, or avocation so exposed to or tempted by the devil of
sensuality as the ministry. ... The devil tempts the industrious ; idle men tempt the