Cultivate the habit of talking with the Saviour when you are alone, when you are walking and when you are busy with your daily tabor. Let the heart be continually uplifted in silent petition for help, for fight, for strength, for knowledge. . .Aff are pressed with ugent cares, burdens, and duties, but the more difficur t your position and the heavier your burdens, the more you need yesus.
Nothing is more needed in our workthan the practicalresults of communion with God. We should show by our daily Lives that we have peace and rest in the Saviour.
We must live a twofold fife—a life of thought and action, of silent prayer and earnest work,ghe strength received through communion with God; united with earnest effort in training the mind to thoughtfulness and caretaking, prepares one for daily duties and keeps the spirit in peace under all circumstances.
—Ministry of Healing, pp. 510-512