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Excerpt from Dr. Miller's Year Book: A Year's Daily Readings
A verse of Scripture in the morning may become a benediction for all the day. It may sing in the heart as a snatch of sweet song from morning till evening. It may become a liturgy of prayer in which the soul shall voice its deepest wants and hungers, amid toils, struggles, and cares. It may be a guide through perplexing tangles, an angel whispering cheer, a comforter breathing peace in sorrow.
In these pages a Bible text - oft-times only a fragment - stands at the head, with some words which may illustrate and emphasize the thought of the Scripture, and frequently with some quoted lines which may have a message to the reader.
No effort has been made to follow any chronological or other order, save that in a few cases fragments of the same story are kept together.
If there seem to be fewer texts from the Gospels than one would expect, the reason is that in another volume - Come Ye Apart, published by Ward and Drummond, New York - the author has taken all the year's readings from the Gospels, following the course of our Lord's earthly life from beginning to close.
For the title of the book, my good friends the publishers are responsible. I would have preferred something more impersonal, but I have let them have their way.
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