Consider Divine Dew for refreshing Victorian and vintage Christian writers and peaceful images from master artists. Perhaps you may consider these to be prompts for your daily bible study or restful paths to prayer.
Today read Quiet Talks On Following the Christ by Samuel Dickey Gordon (1859-1936) We are paupers in ability, in virtue, in character, in fact in everything. We own nothing; we only hold it in trust. We have nothing except what some One else is supplying. What we call our ability, our genius, and so on, comes by the creative breath breathing afresh upon and through what the patient creative Hand has supplied and is sustaining. We are paupers, without a rag to our bones, or a copper in the pocket we haven’t got, not having a rag to our bones; paupers in everything except——.
Art: The Harvest Moon, 'globed in mellow splendour' by Helen Allingham (1848-1926)