Monthly Archives: July 2012


“Believe in the darkness what you have seen in the light.”      Journal  16 August 1901 There are two kinds of doubt with which people commonly wrestle:  1)  intellectual – “How can I believe Christianity to be true?” and 2) personal – “How can … Continue reading

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Sails to the Wind

“I am seeing more and more that we begin to learn what it is to walk by faith when we learn to spread out all that is against us:  all our physical weakness, loss of mental power, spiritual inability – … Continue reading

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A Listening Heart

“I have found a corner in Fortification Woods, only five minutes from the house, where every one is quite out of sight, and I go there every morning with my Bible…  it is so delicious on these hot spring mornings … Continue reading

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Desultory Bee

 “A bee comforted me very much this morning concerning the desultoriness that troubles me in our work.  There seems so infinitely much to be done, that nothing gets done thoroughly.  If work were more concentrated, as it must be in educational … Continue reading

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