Little Foxes that Spoil the Vine Author:W.B.J. Martin AS Solomon knew, it was the "little foxes" that spoil the vines. Despite the hymn, not many of us are "guilty, daring souls." What spoils life for us is often some small and silly habit, some almost trifling stupidity. — But preachers often ignore these small spoilers; they prefer to deal with some large abstraction called "sin," and so become ... more »guilty of answering questions nobody is asking and dealing with problems remote from everyday experience.« less
This book looks at what the author classifies more as faults than as sins. Examples are: Failing to Mind Your own Business, Careless listening, Boredom, Discourtesy, Flippancy, Prisoners of Hope, Careless Talk, The Roving Eye, Acrophobia, Ingratitude & Let George Do It. This is an interesting book.