We Become Impatient with Nothing to Do

Charles Spurgeon
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We are never so subject to impatience as when there is nothing we can do. While the farmer is occupied with ploughing, harrowing, tilling, drilling, hoeing, and the like, he is too busy to be fretful. It is when the work is done, and there is nothing more to occupy his hands, that the very leisure he…
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