Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Meditate on the Lord

for September 2

Meditation is the tree of life in the midst of the garden of piety, and very refreshing is its fruit to the soul.

As it is good towards man, so is it fair toward God. As the fat of the sacrifice was the Lord's portion, so are our best thoughts due to the Most High, and are most acceptable to Him. We ought, therefore, to be much occupied with meditation, and the Lord Himself should be our main subject.

"My meditation of Him shall be sweet."

[From the original Spurgeon Birthday Book published by Passmore & Alabaster, London.]

NOTE: Temporarily, in Charles' absence, comments for posting may be directed to Bob's email: pilgrimpub@aol.com


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