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Morning and Evening

Morning, June 10                                       Go To Evening Reading

         “We live unto the Lord.” —Romans 14:8
If God had willed it, each of us might have entered heaven at the moment of conversion. It was not necessary for our preparation for immortality that we should tarry here. It is possible for a man to be [go] to heaven, and to be found meet to be a partaker of the inheritance of the saints in light, though he has but just believed in Jesus. It is true that our sanctification is a long. It is also a continued process[.]  [We] shall not [aquire] perfected till we lay aside our bodies and enter within the veil[.] Why then are we here? Would God keep his children out of paradise a single moment longer than was necessary? Why is the army of the living God still on the battle-field when one charge might give them the victory? Why are his children still wandering hither and thither through a maze, when a solitary word from his lips would bring them into the centre of thei…

My Utmost for His Highest

June 10th
The next best thing to do

Seek if you have not Found. “Seek, and ye shall find.” Luke 11:9.

“Ye ask, and receive not because ye ask amiss.” If you ask for things from life instead of from God, you ask amiss, that is, you ask from a desire for self-realization. The more you realize [yourself,] the less will you seek [God?] “Seek, and ye shall find.” Get to work, narrow your interests to this one. Have you ever [asked] God with your whole heart, or have you only given a [weak] cry to Him after a twinge of moral neuralgia? Seek, concentrate, and you will find.
“Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters.” Are you thirsty, or smugly indifferent—so satisfied with your experience that you want nothing more of God? Experience is a gateway, not an end. Beware of building your faith on [experience]. The metallic note will come in at once, the censorious note. You can never give another person that which you have found, but can make him homesick for what you have.
“Knock, an…

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour

June 10

  Well done, good and faithful servant … Thou wicked and slothful servant
Matt. 25:21, 26
God holds us responsible not for what we have, but for what we might have; not for what we are, but for what we might be.

Mark Guy Pearse

Hardman, Samuel G., and Dwight Lyman Moody. Thoughts for the Quiet Hour. Willow Grove, PA: Woodlawn Electronic Publishing, 1997. Print.

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour

June 9

  Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and he shall sustain thee
Ps 55:22
He that taketh his own cares upon himself loads himself with an uneasy burden. The fear of what may come, an expectation of what will come, [a]desire of what will not come, and the inability to redress all these, must [all]needs bring him continual torment. I will cast my cares upon God. He hath bidden me. They cannot hurt Him: He can redress them.


Hardman, Samuel G., and Dwight Lyman Moody. Thoughts for the Quiet Hour. Willow Grove, PA: Woodlawn Electronic Publishing, 1997. Print.