You Can’t AIM a Duck to Death. Heir Conditioning 025

“In all toil there is profit, but mere talk tends only to poverty.” (Proverbs 14:23, ESV)
Making plans before beginning any venture is truly wise. Fools do rush in without a plan, without advise, and without counting the cost. But there comes a time when we must quit talking about working and actually work. Planning a garden is fun, but there comes a time to pick up the spade and turn over some dirt. Planting tomatoes and watering tomatoes and pulling weeds in the hot sun is what gets you tomatoes.
This paragraph you are reading now is a perfect example. I have had the opportunity, and even the desire, to write short lessons like this for several years, but I didn’t sit down and do it.
Yes, there is some profit in reading and thinking about what I wanted to tell you, but the results only came when I actually put pen to paper.
“In all toil there is profit, but mere talk tends only to poverty.”

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