The next sentence in the book provides a useful starting point into recognizing these blessings. It reads: "The wakeful shepherd beholds the first faint morning beams, ere cometh the full radiance of a risen day." This refers to the shepherds, awake and watchful in the night, which heard and obeyed the angel voices directing them to the manger in Bethlehem to witness the birth of Jesus. So we learn that quiet and alert watchfulness are some of the necessary qualities for experiencing God's blessings. Reading this book has helped me cultivate this watchful alertness for divine direction.
A small experience I recently had illustrates this. I wanted to scan some 35mm slides using my computer, but to do this I needed a special attachment to hold the slides in the proper position on the scanner. Although I owned this attachment, I hadn't seen it for several years and during this period I had moved three times! I did not have any idea where to look for this item. Then the idea occurred to me to look in a storage closet downstairs. I did, but there was only one box of mine in the closet and it was labeled "Sunday School stuff". I was disappointed, but since I had joined a new church and I was working in the Sunday School, I decided to look at my "Sunday School stuff" to see if there was anything I might need. I opened the box and right on top was the scanner attachment that I was looking for. The attachment had nothing to do with Sunday School and I do not know why it was in this box, but I know where the blessing of finding the part I needed came from!
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