When Running, Forget What Is Behind You

Charles Spurgeon
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When a man ran in the Grecian games, if he had run halfway, and passed most of his fellows, and had then turned to look round and to rejoice over the distance which he had already covered, he would have lost the race. Suppose he had commenced singing his own praises, and said, “I have come down the hill,…
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