Here is a good prayer to pray in the Mornings:
I have been reading a commentary on 2 Corinthians, in preparation for a sermon, by Handley Moule, and stunned by the simplicity, the passion and the life in its pages, I found this moving biography of his life – a man of God who intersected excitingly with both Moody, Hudson Taylor, and the Keswick Movement. His testimony and writings are part of our inheritance in Christ. As he quoted from Robert Murray McCheyne: ‘Christ for us is all our righteousness before a holy God; Christ in us is all our strength in an ungodly world.’
From first to last, it seemed, Handley Moule expressed a radical passion for God. At sixteen he had Ephesians and Philippians memorised in the Greek, and though painfully ill in 1920 he preached to the King and Queen only days before he died.