Anthologies and collections of prayers have become commonplace, as are many of the prayers which frequently find their place in such collections. This Prayers for Daily Use by Samuel H. Miller is definitely not a case in point. Here rather we have the rich distillation of a fervent soul who loves man because he first loves God. Here are fine prayers for every day and all occasions written in the language of the spirit with not a wasted word, nor an ugly or inappropriate one. The prayers of all Protestant clergy would be richer and less exhausting if they could be persuaded that there is ing health to be found in Dr. Miller's book, Prayers for Daily Use, Laymen will use it to their soul's delight.