"PRAY WITHOUT CEASING"

How important it is to learn that while we are working with our hands, we can at the same time be thinking Godlike thoughts. It is neither necessary nor profitable to become physically idle or mentally lazy while waiting for some anticipated event. Such states always cause stagnation and weave cobwebs in one's thinking.

A stagnant condition had developed in the thinking of some of the members of the young church which Paul had founded at Thessalonica. They had been taught to expect soon the second coming of Christ. Thinking that his advent was imminent, they quit their work and lived upon others. Their loafing and their imposing on others made them disorderly or idle busybodies.

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