Fix Your Eyes for the Race

Charles Spurgeon
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I have read of a competition of certain young plowmen who were set to plow for a prize. Most of them made very crooked work of it. After they had ended, one of the judges said, “Young man, where did you look while you were ploughing?” “I kept my eyes on the plow handles, sir, and saw what I had to hold.”…
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