A verse of Scripture in the morning may become a blessing for all the day.
It may sing in the heart as a sweet song, from morning until evening.
It may become a liturgy of prayer in which the soul shall voice its deepest needs and hungers - amid toils, struggles, and cares.
It may be a guide through perplexing tangles, God's voice whispering cheer, a comforter breathing peace in sorrow.
- J. R. Miller

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