Friday, July 10, 2015

Flashback Friday - Martin Wiles

Pressure by the Inch

Series: Perfected By Pressure
PSI. Pound per square inch. Or more accurately pound-force per square inch. With tires, it means pressure resulting from one pound of force applied to one square inch. Putting too much pressure results in a rough ride while too little can damage the tire, shortening its lifespan. An extreme amount results in the tire exploding and injuring whoever is nearby. 

When James says, For you know that when your faith is tested, your endurance has a chance to grow (James 1:3 NLT), he’s talking about another kind of PSI. Pressure per square inch. Pressure resulting from a pound of force (whatever it might be on any particular day) to one square inch of my mind, will and emotions. Or my physical body. Read more...


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