• “Direct me in your service, and I ask no more. I would not choose my position of work, or place of service. Only let me know your will, and I will readily comply”. – Ann Judson

Joy and Strength for the Pilgrim’s Day by Mary Wilder Tileston

PREFACE

THIS little book, like its predecessor, “Daily Strength for Daily Needs ” is a selection, from writers of many countries and centuries, of thoughts of courage, faith, hope, and love, to cheer and inspirit the pilgrim in his daily journey, whether it be in clouds or sunshine; and to remind him of what he can do to help his fellow-travelers. And may his evening and morning be serene as in the old story—”The Pilgrim they laid in a large upper chamber, whose window opened towards the sun-rising: the name of the chamber was Peace; where he slept till break of day, and then he awoke and sang.”

MARY WILDER TILESTON

Boston, October, 1901.

Joy and Strength – Tileston

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