Daily Family Worship: Household Devotions Each Morning and Evening as a Chief Means of Church Revival



Six days the Lord Himself had worked; and now He rests in man, His image. So man must likewise work for God – six days each week. The poet Adam praised the Lord for Eve. With her, he bowed his head and answered God. Something like this he must have prayed:

"Jehovah, You are great! Yes, all Your works are very good! This woman, Lord, You took from me – to give to me. I'll cleave to her – and raise our seed for You. Each day we'll teach our children praise and prayer and work. Each week, they'll worship You – through sabbath-rests. In time, when they've grown up, they'll leave and wed.