Itentionally he recalled all those doctrines of the church which had always seemed most strange and had always been a stumbling block
That would be very romantic, but one would have to be very good to be a missionary, and that would be a stumbling block
However the club's pounds 100m debt was a stumbling block
you shall not place a stumbling block before the blind; and you shall fear your G-d (Leviticus 19:14).
Though none of us would be likely to literally place a stumbling block before a blind person, in our professional and even personal lives many of us may be responsible for creating stumbling blocks that can trip up morally or emotionally blind victims or simply people lacking sufficient information.
Scripture states, "and before a blind person you shall not place a stumbling block.
Still, he warns his readers to "take care that this liberty of yours does not somehow become a stumbling block to the weak" and reminds them that "when you thus sin against members of your family, and wound their conscience when it is weak, you sin against Christ" (1 Cor.
We might follow the same rule when it comes to state-sponsored gambling, giving up our own freedom to enjoy and profit from this lucrative entertainment lest it become a stumbling block and a millstone to millions of our weak neighbors.
The revealing of user identity has been a key stumbling block to use of email discussion groups - a stumbling block
which EMAZING Grapevine has removed.