Signs of the Times

Topic: Righteous Thinking

[Rev. D. V. Parry-Williams, in the Widnes Weekly News, Liverpool, England]

The New Testament tells us that a great time before day Jesus departed into a desert place to pray. While in this early communion with his Father he gained the insight which saw deep into His will, and found the power to meet whatsoever the day brought forth. He won the morning, and so he won the day. In the noonday noise of the market place he healed, guided, and comforted out of the resources he had received in the silent communion of the early hour. His mastery over the demands of men, over the evil that confronted him, and over his own weakness sprang from this first dedication of himself and the new day to God. If he needed this, surely all of us need to do it much more. ... Try beginning each day with God and see what happens.

February 14, 1942

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