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Faith’s Checkbook, written by world-renowned British pastor Charles H. Spurgeon, provides daily deposits of God’s promises into your personal bank of faith. Spurgeon urges you to view each Bible promise as a check written by God that can be cashed by personally endorsing it and receiving the gift it represents. Cash in on the bountiful store of blessings when you withdraw daily from the Bank of Faith.

This captivating eBook devotional offers inspiration and delight in our Lord, and it encourages readers to take God’s promises to heart in just a few minutes of reading each day. Each verse is followed by a brief thought or application, making this eBook ideal for personal or family devotions wherever you may go. The Table of Contents is linked so you can conveniently find your place where you left off. If you skip a day, no problem, you can easily begin on the next day's reading.

“A promise from God may very instructively be compared to a check payable to order,” wrote Spurgeon. “It is given to the believer with the view of bestowing upon him some good thing. It is not meant that he should read it over comfortably, and then have done with it. No, he is to treat the promise as a reality, as a man treats a check.”

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ISBN: 9781613397305
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