WHAT is easier than slipping, or letting things slip? We need not do anything to slip. On the edge of a stair, on an icy path, on a fruit-skin that has been carelessly thrown upon the pavement, on the polished floor of a room in which we spend half our time, we may slip and become cripples for life, if we live to be cripples. Or if it is not we that slip, a bit of food slipping may strangle us; a sharp knife slipping may cut an artery; a valued possession slipping may be lost to us; a priceless opportunity for doing or getting good may pass away beyond recovery. What one of the great movements of our life is in itself less noticeable than drifting?
Matthew 5:29 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 29 If your right eye makes you stumble, tear it out and throw it from you; for it is better for one of your members to be lost to you than for your whole body to be thrown into Gehenna. Matthew 13:21 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 21 Yet he has no root in himself... Continue Reading →