His Constant Devotion


The title, His constant devotion, comes from Henry Scougal’s “Life of God in the Soul of Man”, a little book (originally written as a letter to a friend) with deep and significant substance. I highly recommend it. Here is a quote to munch on:

Another instance of his (Christ’s) love to God was his delight in conversing with him by prayer, which made him frequently retire himself from the world, and with the greatest devotion and pleasure spend whole nights in that heavenly exercise, though he had no sins to confess, and but few secular interests to pray for which, alas! are almost the only things that are wont to drive us to our devotions: nay, we may say his whole life was a kind of prayer.

Now, lest I get away with posting pictureless once again; here are two pictures that I took this week. The first is from Pirate’s Night (last night) and the other is from our Coffee Club (college group) tonight, which went great, by the way.


 

 

 

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