As the day begins, it is fitting to open our eyes and hearts to our Creator. Morning devotions anchor the soul so that it is less likely to stumble on the day's journey. Charles Spurgeon said that to rush from bed to business without first talking with God is as foolish as forgetting to bathe or dress or as unwise as dashing into battle without arms or armor.
"In writing these whort reflections on certain passages of Scripture, I wanted to assist the believer in his private meditations. A child may sometimes console a desolate heart that might not otherwise have been cheered. Even a flower smiling upward from the ground may turn our thoughts heavenward. It is my hope that, by the Holy Spirit's grace, as the reader turns, morning by morning, to read a simple page, he will hear in it a still small voice that will speak the Word of God to his soul."
Charles Spurgeon, Morning by Morning
Morning by Morning, Spurgeon's classic 365-day devotional, is highlighted with splashes of Spurgeon's spontaneous, delightful humor, and his teachings provide direction to all who seek true joy and genuine intimacy with God.