“Above all, Satan is sure to embrace an opportunity when we are alone, withdrawn from those whose eye would intimidate or whose counsel would restrain us . . . . And who amongst us has not found that seasons of privacy, or, at least, of seclusion from those who know us, have been seasons of more than ordinary temptation?”
Charles Simeon, The Christian, His Conflict, and His Armor (Great Britain: Christian Focus Publications, 1998), 22.
TOMORROW’S READING: Weekend is for catch-up and review
MONDAY’S READING: Jonah, Matthew 11