Daily Readings from the Works of H. T. Hamblin
|The 1st quarter||If Divine Love be in our heart, then do we see Love everywhere|
Many of us can bear witness to veritable miracles having been wrought through prayer. In such cases, of course, it is the power of the Spirit and not our usual finite efforts that brings about the change.
|The power of the spoken word may seem to be a minus quantity to some, perhaps. So it always will be if they do not make use of it. The lame man at the gate of the temple would never have been healed if Peter and John had not believed in the power of the spoken word. They believed that the positive words they used were but an expression or utterance of Divine Power, and because of this the man who was lame from his birth and who hitherto had been carried about, and who lived by begging, immediately received strength and went into the temple, walking and leaping and praising God.|
Many of the Psalms appear to have been written with the sole object of raising up those who make use of them into the Divine consciousness of order, harmony, wholeness, peace and power. I use the term “make use of them” advisedly, for it is one thing to sing, read or recite a Psalm in a perfunctory or meaningless way, and quite another thing to make use of it intelligently.
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