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Thursday, July 24, 2014
Gathering in Christ
This being so, I myself always strive to have a conscience without offense to God and men.
It is the eye of the soul which looks out, either towards God, or towards what it regards as the highest, and therefore conscience records differently in different people. If I am in the habit of steadily facing myself with God, my conscience will always introduce God’s perfect law and indicate what I should do… The one thing that keeps the conscience sensitive to Him is the continual habit of being open to God on the inside. When there is any debate, quit. “Why shouldn’t I do it?” You are on the wrong track. There is no debate possible when conscience speaks. At your peril, you allow one thing to obscure your inner communion with God. Drop it, whatever it is, and see that you keep your inner vision clear.
Excerpts from Oswald Chambers
Daily Devotional Bible, Reading 205 (7/24)
From My Utmost for His Highest