Unlearning Familiar Errors

“Man who is slow to learn spiritual truths, is still slower to unlearn familiar errors.”

F.W. Farrar

5 thoughts on “Unlearning Familiar Errors

  1. Nephos says:

    Jel, because of the limitations of a “natural” mind, man is slow to grasp spiritual truth. It is even harder to “unlearn” the errors we have learned. To use a sports example, a boy may take some time to learn to swing a baseball bat properly. If he has learned incorrectly, it takes even longer for him to lose the bad habits. Hope this helps.

  2. jel says:

    yes thank you! if ya have been taught how to do something one way your hold live and then found out that it is wrong , it would be harder to unlearn what you thought was right is wrong.

  3. Ken Cloud says:

    Without spiritual light we cannot see the error of our ways. Note: some have seen the light and still haven’t learned the truth! Hard Hearts and Hard Heads!

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