The Treasury of Infinite Grace#

‎"My voice shall You hear in the morning, O Lord; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto You, and will look up." (Psalm 5:3)

In the morning will I direct my prayer unto You, and will look up.

"Look up!"  ~ Here is the true and befitting attitude of the spiritual soul. Looking up for the day's supply of grace to restrain, of power to keep, of wisdom to guide, of patience to suffer, of meekness to endure, of strength to bear, of faith to overcome, of love to obey, and of hope to cheer.

Jesus stands at the Treasury of Infinite Grace, ready to meet every application, and to supply every need. His fullness is for a poor, needy, asking people. He loves for us to bring the empty vessel. Oh, to have our "morning thoughts" occupied with God, and Christ, and the Holy Spirit, and heaven! Truly this is the border which keeps the web of daily life from unravelling!

Dear reader, let your first thought be of God, and your first incense be to Jesus, and your first prayer be to the Holy Spirit, and thus anointed with fresh oil, you will glide serenely and safely through the day, beginning, continuing, and ending it with God. ~ Octavius Winslow#

Start the day with Jesus and give the day a chance.

Today's Soul Snippet:

"Devotion is only real when unfaithfulness is possible". ~ anon

#Octavius Winslow (1808 -1878) was a leading and popular American preacher who was a contemporary of both Bishop J.C. Ryle and Charles Spurgeon.

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