And you will find that it is infinitely more difficult to take that step after you have hesitated.
If we could trace the history of every paralyzing error that has crept in among the Lord's people in their whole history, we should find that paralyzing error had its opportunity by reason of their failure to go on with the LORD.
Think about that. That is not said extemporaneously. That is well considered.
Errors have crept in and they have paralyzed, and the occasion for the error to creep in was that at some point the LORD'S people stood still instead of going on; hesitated instead of pressing forward.
~T. Austin Sparks~