pray

“Misemployment of time is injurious to the mind. In illness I have looked back with
self-reproach on days spent in my study; I was wading through history and poetry and
monthly journals, but I was in my study! Another man’s trifling is notorious to all
observers, but what am I doing? Nothing, perhaps, that has reference to the spiritual
good of my congregation. Be much in retirement and prayer. Study the honor and glory
of your Master.”
— Richard Cecil
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