There’s a wonderful old song, “Little Things Mean a Lot” which gave some very helpful instruction on how to have a happier marriage. That same idea can help you have a more fruitful Christian walk. Today’s devotional will give you some help here. God bless you.
Because of Calvary,
Psalm 119:97 English Standard Version (ESV)
97 Oh how I love your law!
It is my meditation all the day.
“Did you ever hear how Hone, the author of the Every Day Book, who had been an infidel, was brought to the Savior’s feet? He was in Wales, one day; he never read the Bible, or thought of God; but he saw a girl, sitting at the cottage door, and reading her Bible. He said, ‘Oh! the Bible?’ ‘Yes, sir,’ she answered, ‘it is the Bible.’ He said, ‘I suppose you are getting your task.’ ‘Task?’ she enquired. ‘Task?’ ‘Yes, my dear, I suppose your mother has set you so much to read.’ ‘Mother set me so much to read?’ ‘Yes,’ he replied, ‘I suppose you would not read the Bible else; it is a task, is it not?’ ‘Task?’ she said, ‘Oh, no! I only wish I could read it all day long. It is my joy and my delight, when my work is done, to get a few minutes to read this precious Book.’ That simple testimony was the means of converting the infidel, and of bringing him to trust the Savior for himself.”
[Charles Haddon Spurgeon, The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit XLIII, (London: Passmore and Alabaster, 1897), p. 606-607]