Joy and Strength 07/10

Most gladly, therefore, will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me.
2 Cor. xii. 9.

The Lord stood with me, and strengthened me.
2 Tim. iv. 17.

To His own the Saviour giveth
Daily strength;
To each troubled soul that liveth,
Peace at length.
Karl Rudolph Hagenbach.

REMEMBER that your work comes only moment by moment, and as surely as God calls you to work, He gives the strength to do it. Do not think in the morning, ” How shall I go through this day ? I have such-and-such work to do, and persons to see, and I have not strength for it.” No, you have not, for you do not need it. Each moment, as you need it, the strength will come, only do not look forward an hour; circumstances may be very different from what you expect. At any rate, you will be borne through each needful and right thing “on eagles’ wings.” Do not worry yourself with misgivings; take each thing quietly.
Priscilla Maurice.

God does not demand impossibilities.
St. Augustine.

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