June 22

Today’s Verse

Psalm 19:1


The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. (KJV)

The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands. (BSB)

Today’s Verse

Psalm 19:1


The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. (KJV)

The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands. (BSB)

The heavens declare the glory of God. The expanse shows his handiwork. (WEB)

The heavens declare the glory of God; the sky displays his handiwork. (NET)


KJV - King James Version, BSB - Berean Study Bible, WEB - World English Bible, NET - New English Translation


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Quote of the Day


No one will calmly and quietly submit to bear the cross except those who have learned to seek their happiness beyond this world!

— John Calvin

 

Daily Help by Spurgeon


What we are taught to seek or shun in prayer, we should equally pursue or avoid in action. Very earnestly, therefore, should we avoid temptation, seeking to walk guardedly in the path of obedience. We are not to enter the thicket in search of the lion. This lion may cross our path, or leap upon us from

 

the thicket; but we have nothing to do with hunting him. He who meets with him, even though he wins the day, will find it a stern struggle. Let the Christian pray that he may be spared the encounter. Our Savior, who had experience of what temptation meant, thus earnestly admonished his disciples: "Pray that you enter not into temptation."


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The Spurgeon Birthday Book

June 22


Those who are soaked in worldly pleasures are incompetent to judge of the sweetness of the heavenly life. If they can relish the grapes of Gomorrah, they are not likely to prize the clusters of Eshcol. A dog is no judge of jewelry; throw him a bone, and

 

he is better pleased than if you gave him the Kohinoor. When men sneer at us for our godliness we need not be disturbed by it; we should the rather pity them because of their loss of those noble faculties which would teach them better.


Public domain content from The Spurgeon Birthday Book by Charles Spurgeon

 

Spurgeon’s Quote


We pray best, when we are fallen on our faces in conscious helplessness.

— Charles Spurgeon

 

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