Daily Light on The Daily Path is a classic by Samuel Bagster. Composed in the 18th century, then organized and published in 1875, this book offers readers a morning and evening reading for every day of the year.
A classic daily devotional work with well over 700 distinct readings, Daily Light on The Daily Path offers Christian believers an immense compendium of reflection. Designed to be read upon awakening and during evenings prior to bed, the book’s reflections range from the deeds and words of Jesus Christ, to meditations upon the virtues and characteristics of the good Christian. With the chapters and verses appended at the conclusion, the reader may familiarize themselves with the relevant parts of the Bible.
In contrast to many, more modern daily devotionals which contain assertions and ideas of their author, Bagster’s text strictly adheres only the passages and stories of the Biblical scripture. For his part, Samuel Bagster wanted to organize and present the many lessons and poignant ideas to readers – two short but valuable lessons for the spirit, intended to keep the believer in touch with what it is to be a follower of Christ and the Lord God each and every day.