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C. S. LEWIS DAILY: APRIL 30

On kindness Love is something more stern and splendid than mere kindness. For about a hundred years we have so concentrated on one of the virtues—“kindness” or mercy—that most of us do not feel anything except kindness to be really … Continue reading

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C. S. LEWIS DAILY: APRIL 13

Letter to Mrs Lockley: from Magdalen College, September 1949 I don’t think your objection to ‘setting yourself up as a judge’ is cowardly. It may spring form the fact that you are the injured party and have a v. proper … Continue reading

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MY UTMOST FOR HIS HIGHEST: JULY 30

The Teaching of Disillusionment Jesus did not commit Himself to them…, for He knew what was in man. —John 2:24-25 Disillusionment means having no more misconceptions, false impressions, and false judgments in life; it means being free from these deceptions. … Continue reading

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MY UTMOST FOR HIS HIGHEST: FEBRUARY 3

Becoming the “Filth of the World” We have been made as the filth of the world… —1 Corinthians 4:13 These words are not an exaggeration. The only reason they may not be true of us who call ourselves ministers of … Continue reading

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MORNING AND EVENING: MARCH 27

MORNING “Then all the disciples forsook him and fled.” Matthew 26:56 He never deserted them, but they in cowardly fear of their lives, fled from him in the very beginning of his sufferings. This is but one instructive instance of … Continue reading

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