Is it possible to have too much of a good thing? One way the adversary tries to derail our eternal progress is by perverting virtues into vices. Pressing forward is clearly a virtue, but running faster than we have strength doesn't get us to heaven faster â€” it just burns us out. So, Satan succeeds whether he persuades us to saunter aimlessly or to sprint the marathon of life at a frantic and unsustainable pace. Seeing the dangers of each extreme illustrated by powerful, practical insights, we can identify our own spiritual weaknesses and learn how to find a healthy balance in life.
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Rob Eaton is a professor of religious education at BYU- Idaho and speaks regularly at BYU Education Week. He has also taught seminaries and institute and served as a bishop in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
A graduate of BYU and Stanford Law School, he has also worked as a research assistant for F.A.R.M.S., an attorney, and a corporate vice president prior to teaching religion full-time. He and his wife, Dianne, live in Rexburg, Idaho, and are the parents of four children.
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