The tendency to be “ever learning and never coming to a knowledge of the truth” (2Timothy 3:7) is a human condition not confined to Paul’s experience with early churchgoers.
How often are we looking for the next key to our breakthrough or the next word from God when we have not applied the previous one that was handed to us?
Or how often are we looking for the BIG thing that will rock our world, instead of taking a small step that nudges us toward completion?
Jim Rohn, a grandaddy of the self-development movement, defines success in this way:
Success is making steady progress toward your own personal goals.
Not necessarily glamorous, but true…