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The Christian life is a glorious journey. Filled with trials and triumphs all the way through. I love this morning’s devotion and how it describes our walk with Christ as a climb up a mountain. The higher we climb the more we discover of His beauties! The exhortation here is to continue the climb even when we are tired and weary. Because the higher we go, the more of His glorious splendor we get to behold.
The evening devotion hits us right between the eyes… Spurgeon does not mix words.
Reader, can you find rest apart from the ark, Christ Jesus? Then be assured that your religion is vain. Are you satisfied with anything short of a conscious knowledge of your union and interest in Christ? Then woe unto you.
What do we treasure? What do we long for? What satisfies us? What gets us up in the morning? Is His word our daily bread… does it satisfy us?
When you feed on Him your soul can sing, “He hath satisfied my mouth with good things, so that my youth is renewed like the eagle’s,”
Spurgeon’s exhortation is a necessary one… we need to keep our hearts and souls in check. May Christ be our sufficiency, our all-in-all!! To Him be the glory!!