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Daily Thought
You have today’s meal before you on the table, and sit and fret over what will be tomorrow—and you claim you are “just being practical.” This is not being practical; this is confusion. Every day you are nourished straight from His full, open and overflowing hand. Everything in between—all your work and accounts and bills and receivables and clientele and prospects and investments—all is but a cloud of interface between His giving hand and your soul, an interface of no real substance which He bends and flexes at whim. If so, if He is feeding you today, and...