Saturday, February 28, 2009

Morning and Evening



Since December of last year, I have been reading Charles Spurgeon's devotional "Morning and Evening." Spurgeon has two readings per day (morning and evening) in which he uses a brief passage of Scripture and provides a brief but very insightful reflection upon the text.

I highly recommend its use. Spurgeon has a way of writing which is very reminiscent of the Puritan's style of colorful and "on-spot" analogies. I can easily imagine him writing this out at his table in his study in Victorian-era London, leaving a great legacy for us today well over a century later. The text is available in print and at several sites on the Internet. One of those is at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library. Click here:

1 comment:

alan leonard said...

Hey Walter,

I have enjoyed reading past posts - with still more to go - and thought I would say Hi. Your focus on promoting prayer is necessary and encouraging, and your New Year's reflection resonated.

Thanks for posting; I'll be checking back,

Alan