JUNE TWENTY-EIGHTH 

  • Henry VIII born 1491.
  • Jean Jacques Rousseau born 1712.
  • John Wesley born 1703.
  • Frederick William Faber born 1814.

Workman of God! O lose not heart,
But learn what God is like;
And in the darkest battlefield
Thou shalt know where to strike.
For right is right, since God is God;
And right the day must win;
To doubt would be disloyalty,
To falter would be sin
—F. W. Faber.

Leisure and I have parted company.
I look upon the world as my parish.
The best of all is, God is with us.
To overdo is to undo.
—John Wesley.

But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only.
—James 1. 22.

Lord God, I pray for a desire to work. May I not be deceived in my convictions, and work for that of which I may afterward be ashamed. Lead me into a clear conception of right and wrong. Help me to see as thou dost see, that I may walk with confidence in thy steps. Amen.