If you’re too cool to use and benefit from the commentary of Matthew Henry (1662-1714), you’re too cool for your own good. He is still so helpful, especially in the Psalms. Here’s a great little insight for practical holiness from his comments on Psalm 132:
When work is to be done for God, it is good for us to tie ourselves to a time, because we are apt to put off. It is good in the morning to fix upon work for the day, binding ourselves that we will do it before we sleep, but with submission to Providence; for we know not what a day may bring forth.
That’s a good word for a Monday morning. Let’s go!