Keep thy way and God will keep thee; but let it be the Kings highway, the ancient, well-trodden way, marked out by authority, and traversed by the Prince of pilgrims himself.
Pride must have a fall. As the mercury in the barometer foretells the weather, so does pride warn us that a humbling time is near.
It does not seem so, and few would choose it, but the Word of God knows best. The sharer of the spoil is afraid that he may lose it again, and probably is even now discontented and greedy for more, but the lowly mind is satisfied, and so possesses happiness.
To trust God in all our matters is the wise way of handling them. Let us trust him in all things this day.
The really wise will be discovered, and shall have…
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