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June 25

For what shall a man be profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and forfeit his life? — Matt 16:26

In every feast remember there are two guests to be entertained—the body and the soul; and what you give the body you presently lose, but what you give the soul remains forever.
— Epictetus.

We take pains and weary to faultlessly clothe the body. We persevere, and often struggle, to adorn the mind. As we pass through the rays of truth, sometimes we find, after all we have put on, we have left bare the soul.
— M.B.S.


Lord God, help me to understand that thou hast made the principle of truth so that I cannot add to it, nor take from it, lest in altering it I might destroy it. May I never try to make my purpose cover the truth, but without fear, face the light where truth shines the brightest. Amen.

Daily Prayer Guide - June 25

Public domain content taken from Leaves of Life by Margaret Bird Steinmetz.

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