The True Estimate of Life and How to Live
Let us, as many as be perfect – as many of us as are running the race – continue in the strength and energy of the Holy Spirit, with every weight and sin laid aside, and with the very joy and love of God possessing us.
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See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise. – Ephesians 5:15
My dear friend, you cannot do God’s work in the world, buying up opportunities for Him, transacting His business, if you are careless and indifferent about it. Be careful how you walk. I know men and women who are very careful when they are at home, and awfully careless when they are away from home. I know other men and women who seem to imagine that they can live the Christian life and do God’s work without being careful in the small details of everyday life. If I am to translate my life into service for God, not merely in the deeds done in connection with the church, but also in all hours, I will only do it as I live carefully day by day.
Ch. 1: The Apostle Paul’s Estimate of Life
Ch. 2: Health of Spirit
Ch. 3: Naaman’s Dilemma
Ch. 4: Do You Wish to Get Well?
Ch. 5: Clay in the Potter’s Hand
Ch. 6: The Divine Government of Human Lives
Ch. 7: Redeeming the Time
Ch. 8: Gathering or Scattering
Ch. 9: The Danger of Pitching Your Tent toward Sodom
About the Author
George Campbell Morgan was born in Tetbury, England, on December 9, 1893. At the young age of thirteen, Morgan began preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. Morgan and his wife, Annie, had four boys and three girls. His four sons followed him into the ministry. Although he did not have the privilege of studying in a seminary or a Bible college, he has written books that are used in seminaries and Bible colleges all over the world. Morgan died on May 16, 1945, at the age of eighty-one.