• “The opposite of patience is not impatience, but unbelief.” – Jackie Pullinger

Joy and Strength 09/06

Bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ.
2 Cor. x. 5

“I WILL lift up mine eyes unto the hills.” I The vision of God unseals the lips of man. Herein lies strength for conflict with the common enemy of the praying world known as wandering thoughts. If the eye is fixed on God, thought may roam where it will without irreverence, for every thought is then converted into a prayer. Some have found it a useful thing when their minds have wandered off from devotion and been snared by some good but irrelevant consideration, not to cast away the offending thought as the eyes are again lifted to the Divine Face, but to take it captive, carry it into the presence of God and weave it into a prayer before putting it aside and resuming the original topic. This is to lead captivity captive.
Charles H. Brent

Each wish to pray is a breath from heaven, to strengthen and refresh us; each act of faith, done to amend our prayers, is wrought in us bv Him, and draws us to Him, and His gracious look on us. Neglect nothing which can produce reverence.
Edward B. Pusey

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