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Beautiful Thoughts

By Henry Drummond

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   1 - January - Beautiful Thoughts by Henry Drummond 1892 The invisible things of God from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the
   2 - February - February 1st. If a man does not exercise his arm he develops no biceps muscle; and if a man does not exercise his soul, he acquires no muscle in his
   3 - March - March 1st. "Consider the lilies of the field how they grow." Christ made the lilies and He made me--both on the same broad principle. Both together,
   4 - April - April 1st. We do not picture the possessor of this carnal mind as in any sense a monster. We have said he may be high-toned, virtuous, and pure. The
   5 - May - May 1st. The moment the new life is begun there comes a genuine anxiety to break with the old. For the former environment has now become embarrassin
   6 - June - June 1st. We love others, we love everybody, we love our enemies, because He first loved us. . . . And that is how the love of God melts down the un
   7 - July - July 1st. "Perfect correspondence," according to Mr. Herbert Spencer, would be "perfect Life." To abolish Death, therefore, all that would be necess
   8 - August - August 1st. A photograph prints from the negative only while exposed to the sun. While the artist is looking to see how it is getting on he simply s
   9 - September - September 1st. In reflecting the character of Christ, it is no real obstacle that we may never have been in visible contact with Himself. Many men k
   10 - October - October 1st. He who abandons the personal search for truth, under whatever pretext, abandons truth. The very word truth, by becoming the limited pos
   11 - November - November 1st. All around us Christians are wearing themselves out in trying to be better. The amount of spiritual longing in the world--in the heart
   12 - December - December 1st. Temper is significant, not in what it is alone but in what it reveals. . . . It is a test for love, a symptom, a revelation of an unlo

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