Spurgeon's Gold: New Selections from the Works of C. H. Spurgeon, Pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle, London, England

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Judd and Detweiler, 1888 - Christian life - 200 pages
This book is a collection of choice passages taken from the sermons of the famous preacher.

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OCLC: 4676309
Related Subjects: Christian life -- Quotations, maxims, etc.

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Page 99 - And while they yet believed not for joy, and wondered, he said unto them, Have ye here any meat? And they gave him a piece of broiled fish, and of an honey comb. And he took it, and did eat before them.
Page 17 - Know ye not that your bodies are the temples of the Holy Ghost, which is within you ? Again he saith, You are not in the flesh, but in the spirit.
Page 83 - For He shall give His angels charge over you, to keep you in all your ways. They shall bear you up in their hands lest you dash your foot against a stone.
Page 69 - It is the Lord! let Him do what seemeth to Him good" — and sometimes striven in vain, until the kindly Light returned? If through all these dark waters the scornful reviewer...
Page 159 - And fondness, taking the wings of a dove, Is gone like a tale of old. But mine for thee, from the chambers of joy, With strength came forth as the sun, Nor life nor death shall its force destroy, Forever its course shall run. All earth-born love must sleep in the grave, To its native dust return; What God hath kindled shall death out-brave, And in Heaven itself shall burn. Beyond and above the wedlock tie Our union to Christ we feel; Uniting bonds which were made on High, Shall hold us when earth...
Page 169 - All these will I give thee if thou wilt fall down and worship me...
Page 62 - For I know that thou wilt bring me to death, and to the house appointed for all living.
Page 159 - MARRIED LOVE. — TO MY WIFE. Over the space that parts us, my wife, I'll cast me a bridge of song; Our hearts shall meet, O joy of my life, On its arch unseen but strong. The wooer his new love's name may wear Engraved on a precious stone; But in my heart thine image I wear; That heart has long been thine own. The glowing colors on surface laid Wash out in a shower of rain ; Thou need'st not be of rivers afraid, For my love is dyed ingrain.
Page 17 - O not be all sugar, or the world will suck you down; but do not be all vinegar, or the world will spit you out. There is a medium in all things. Only blockheads go to extremes. We need not be all rock or all sand, all iron or all wax. We should neither fawn upon everybody like silly lapdogs, nor fly at all persons like surly mastiffs. Blacks and whites go together to make up a •world, and hence on the point...
Page 99 - Do as thou hast said." The Creator will not cheat his creature who depends upon his truth; and, far more, the heavenly Father will not break his word to his own child. " Remember the word unto thy servant, on which thou hast caused me to hope,

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