Morning and Evening, by Charles Spurgeon

An amazing and convicting devotional this morning. I will only share a few pieces.

Based on Matthew 26:39, And going a little farther he fell on his face and prayed.

Christ’s prayer was lonely, humble, filial, persevering, and resigned. He prayed alone, where only God could hear him. He prayed on his knees, falling on his face, giving everything to his beloved Father, while also asking repeatedly.In the end, he asked for God’s will.

Wednesdays are becoming my favorite day of the week. I get to have a morning with my boys, then I teach in the afternoons, before dinner and worship with other believers in the evening. It’s like having a tiny slice of Sunday, which is a tiny slice of heaven, in the middle of the week!

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