Christian, tired and somewhat disheartened, take not only life, but the Lord, a day at a time. Forbid your imagination to wander over vague spaces of the pilgrimage. Let the lifetime you deal with be just today, with its birth when you awake, its maturity in the working hours, and its quiet death when you retire at night to your bed. It is but today. And for today you possess nothing less than the whole Christ of God; Christ for you, Christ in you, Christ living, loving, keeping, coming. Let Him make you young again today.
—Handley C.G. Moule, Thoughts for Sundays, 115