Doing God’s Will Wherever

Henry Drummond (1851-1897) stated that most of us are…

 

…”neither intended to be apostles nor missionaries nor martyrs, but to be common people living in common houses, spending the day in common offices or common kitchens, yet doing the will of God there, we shall do as much as apostle or missionary or martyr — seeing that they can do no more than do God’s will where they are, even as we can do as much where we are — and answer the end of our life as truly, faithful and triumphantly as they.”

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