Failure … not a Person

Looking at Samson yesterday. A great digging into the Hebrew, the grammatical parallelism, and the significant way the author shows the supernatural intervention in the flow of the narrative. I was stoked. It has been a while since I’ve dug this deep into Hebrew and I enjoyed it. But I am not sure that my enthusiasm into the linguistic aspect of the text would really be a major impact from the pulpit.

Why is that? Don’t know.

But this is the lesson for the day … so ponder the truth.

Failure is an event … not a person.

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