Signs of the Times

[Norman S. Easterbrook, in the Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, New York]

Faith is a fundamental element in all endeavor, and faith without action to secure that which faith says may be had is of no value, is dead. If a man sets his heart upon establishing some honorable business, if he has faith that he can succeed in it, then sits down and waits for success to come, he will get nowhere. The faith is necessary, but he must work, and work hard, to attain his success. If a young man has faith that he can succeed in some profession, and is not willing to pursue the long course of preliminary study, he is doomed to failure.

NEXT IN THIS ISSUE
Article
ANNOUNCEMENTS
October 12, 1935
Contents

We'd love to hear from you!

Easily submit your testimonies, articles, and poems online.

Submit