Monday, February 8, 2010

Daily Light

First published in 1794 in Great Britain by Samuel Bagster, this little black book is a treasure and has never ceased to feed me. It consists of two scripture readings during the day, one for the morning and one for the evening. It contains no additional devotional thoughts, only pure light from the Holy Scriptures. It sits on the table in my kitchen's sitting area, a feast.

And if you do not have one to hold in your hands, you may read the daily readings here.


crochet lady said...

It's nice to have those books for the soul.

~Karen~ said...

I think that is a wonderful book to have. Most devotional books focus on one time a day. Morning and evening readings are perfect for what we are doing here in our home, too.
Yes, I did try the biscuits! They are so tender! Thank you for the recipe. My family is a big fan of them!
My computer died, so I'm on an ancient desktop these days. I've lost a lot of my links that I hope Matt can find for me again. Oh well. Maybe I needed more time for other things. ;o)
Hope you have a great week.

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