• “Satan is so much more in earnest than we are–he buys up the opportunity while we are wondering how much it will cost.” – Amy Carmichael

November 29 – Daily Strength for Daily Needs

_My sons, be not now negligent: for the Lord hath chosen you to stand before Him, to serve Him_.–2 CHRON. xxix. 11.

Bright be my prospect as I pass along;– An ardent service at the cost of all,– Love by untiring ministry made strong, And ready for the first, the softest call.
A. L. WARING.
There are many things that appear trifles, which greatly tend to enervate the soul, and hinder its progress in the path to virtue and glory. The habit of indulging in things which our judgment cannot thoroughly approve, grows stronger and stronger by every act of self-gratification, and we are led on by degrees to an excess of luxury which must greatly weaken our hands in the spiritual warfare. If we do not endeavor to do that which is right in every particular circumstance, though trifling, we shall be in great danger of letting the same negligence take place in matters more essential.
MARGARET WOODS.
The will can only be made submissive by frequent self-denials, which must keep in subjection its sallies and inclinations. Great weakness is often produced by indulgences which seem of no importance.
M. DE MOLINOS.

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As for God, His way is perfect; The word of the Lord is proven; He is a shield to all who trust in Him. — Psalm 18:30 (NKJV)

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