Love this line “we are in danger of being so busy in the Lord’s work that we cannot be enough with the Lord in love’s fellowship.”
It is not yourworkthat He wants most–it isyou!
(J.R. Miller, “The Glory of the Commonplace”)
“Arise, My darling, My beautiful one, andcome with Me!” Song of Songs 2:10
“He said to them:Come with Meby yourselves to a quiet place” Mark 6:31
G. Campbell Morgan tells of a friend of his who had a little daughter that he dearly loved. They were great friends, the father and daughter, and were always together. But there seemed to come anestrangementon the child’s part. The father could not get her company as formerly. She seemed to shun him. If he wanted her to walk with him, she always had something else to do. The father was grieved and could…
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