• “He would not have me a spoilt child, therefore He has employed the rod; but all His corrections and rebukes have been in love.” – Mary Winslow

Joy and Strength 10/25

My meat is to do the will of Him that sent me, and to finish His work.
John iv. 34.

They who tread the path of labor follow where My feet have trod; They who work without complaining do the holy will of God.
Henry van Dyke.

WHENCE comes it that we have so many complaints, each saying that his occupation is a hindrance to him, while notwithstanding his work is of God, who hin-dereth no man? Whence comes this inward reproof and sense of guilt which torment and disquiet you? Dear children, know that it is not your work which gives you this disquiet. No; it is your want of order in fulfilling your work. If you performed your work in the right method, with a sole aim to God, and not to yourselves, your own likes and dislikes, nor sought your own gain or pleasure, but only God’s glory, in your work, it would be impossible that it should grieve your conscience. It is a shame for a man if he have not done his work properly, but so imperfectly that he has to be rebuked for it. For this is a sure sign that his works are not done in God, with a view to His glory and the good of his neighbor.
John Tauler.

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Trust in the Lord forever, For in YAH, the Lord, is everlasting strength. — Isaiah 26:4 (NKJV)

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