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Resolution: Overcoming Difficulties

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Look at that bare perpendicular mountain side: why, it is worse than perpendicular, it overhangs the lake; yet the bold Tyrolese have carried a road right along the bald face of the rock, by blasting out a gallery, or, as it looks from below, by chiselling out a groove. One would have readily written down that feat as impossible, and yet the road is made, and we have travelled it from Riva into the Tyrol, the Lago Garda lying far below our feet. Henceforth that road shall be to us a cheering memory when our task is more than usually difficult. If anything ought to be done it shall be done. With God in front, we shall soon leave difficulties in the rear, transformed into memorials of victory.


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Spurgeon, Charles. Entry for 'Resolution: Overcoming Difficulties'. Spurgeon's Illustration Collection. https://www.studylight.org/​dictionaries/​eng/​fff/​r/resolution-overcoming-difficulties.html. 1870.
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