Twenty-Four Hours a Day
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
AA Thought for the Day
If we have had some moral, religious or spiritual training, we’re better prospects for AA. When we reach the bottom, at this crucial moment when we’re thoroughly licked, we turn instinctively to whatever decency is left in us. We call upon whatever reserves of morality and faith are left down deep in our heart.
Have I had this spiritual experience?
Meditation for the Day
The world wonders when it sees a person who can unexpectedly draw large and unsuspected sums from the bank for some emergency. But what the world has not seen are the countless small sums paid into that bank, earned by faithful work over a long time. And so is the bank of the spirit. The world sees the person of faith make a demand on God’s stores of power and the demand is met. The world does not see what that person has been putting in, in thanks and praise, in prayer and communion, in small good deeds done faithfully, steadily over the years.
Prayer for the Day
I pray that I may keep making deposits in God’s bank. I pray that in my hour of need, I may call upon these.