Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Spurgeon on how to start and end the day

On how to start the day:
“The morning is the gate of the day and should be well-guarded with prayer.” 

“If we felt the majesty of life more, we would be more careful of its mornings. He who rushes from his bed to his business and does not wait to worship is as foolish as if he had not put on his clothes or washed his face. He is as unwise as one who dashes into battle without being armed.”

On how to end it:
“It is dangerous to fall asleep till the head is leaned on Jesus’ bosom.

He surely never prays at all who does not end the day as all men wished to end their lives—in prayer. . . . To breakfast with Jesus and to sup with him also is to enjoy the days of heaven upon the earth.”

More of that can be found here

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