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Charles H. Spurgeon - 31st January 1892

Charles H. Spurgeon - 31st January 1892

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He Being Dead Yet Speaketh. A gathering of quotes by individual Christian men and women from the past - These are uploaded on the anniversary of their ‘falling asleep’ and intended to inspire us, as we read their words, to follow their good example. They are also meant to further encourage us to read more of their works.
He Being Dead Yet Speaketh. A gathering of quotes by individual Christian men and women from the past - These are uploaded on the anniversary of their ‘falling asleep’ and intended to inspire us, as we read their words, to follow their good example. They are also meant to further encourage us to read more of their works.

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 (Heb.11:4)
 
Charles H. SpurgeonDied31st January 1892
 
It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makeshappiness.
 
 
A
nxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, but only emptiestoday of its strength.
 
 
O
f two evils choose neither.
 
 
W
isdom is the right use of knowledge. To know is not to be wise.Many men know a great deal, and are all the greater fools for it. There is no fool so great a fool as a knowing fool. But to know howto use knowledge is to have wisdom.
 
 
F
eel for others - in your pocket.
 
 
 Train up a child in the way he should go - but be sure you go thatway yourself.
 
 
D
efend the Bible?! I would as much defend a lion. Set it loose, itwill defend itself.
 
 
 
 The dog is not to be praised for not straying if it has been chainedup.
 
A
h! dear friend, you little know the possibilities which are in you.
 
 
H
ang this question up in your homes - "
W
hat would Jesus do?"and then think of another - "
H
ow would Jesus do it?"
F
or what Jesus would do, and how
H
e would do it, may always stand as thebest guide to us.
 
 
If your religion does not make you holy, it will damn you. It issimply painted pageantry to go to hell in.
 
 
Be dogmatically true, obstinately holy, immovably honest,desperately kind, fixed upright.
 
 
Y
ou will never see and know how black you are until you haveseen how bright
H
e is ,and in as much as you never know all
H
isbrightness you will never know all your blackness.
 
 The condition of the church may be very accurately gauged by itsprayer meetings. So is the prayer meeting a grace-ometer, andfrom it we may judge of the amount of divine working among apeople. If God be near a church, it must pray.
A
nd if 
H
e be notthere, one of the first tokens of 
H
is absence will be slothfulness inprayer.
 
 
I will not believe that you have tasted of the honey of the gospel if  you can eat it all by yourself.
 
 
N
o man can do me a truer kindness in this world than to pray forme.
 
 
 Those who are your companions here will be your companionshereafter.
 
 
 
I have a great need for Christ; I have a great Christ for my need.
 
 
 The Christian is the most contented man in the world, but he isthe least contented with the world.
 
 
It is better not to chew medical pills but to swallow them - Some(biblical) truths need to be swallowed by an effort of faith and notchewed by perpetual questioning.
 
N
othing binds me to my Lord like a strong belief in
H
is changelesslove.
 
 
A
Christian is a perpetual miracle.
 
 
Be careful, dear friends, that you do not misrepresent God yourselves.
Y
ou who murmur; you who say that God deals hardly with you, you give God an ill character; when you look somelancholy, worldlings say, "The religion of Jesus is intolerable;"and so you stain the honor of God.
 
 
Y
ou say, "If I had a little more, I should be very satisfied."
Y
oumake a mistake. If you are not content with what you have, youwould not be satisfied if it were doubled.
 
 
A
child who knowingly sins can savingly believe.
 
 
 The grace that does not make a man better than others is aworthless counterfeit. Christ saves
H
is people, not I
N
their sins,but
FRO
M their sins.
W
ithout holiness, no man shall see the Lord.
 
 
D
oubt discovers difficulties which it never solves; it createshesitancy, despondency, despair. Its progress is the decay of comfort, the death of peace. "Believe!" is the word which speakslife into a man, but doubt nails down his coffin.

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true this - "Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, but only emptiest oday of its strength" - very good, totaf
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