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Morning and Evening, Based on the English Standard Version by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
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Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“Lord, end my winter, and let my spring begin. I cannot with all my longings raise my soul out of her death and dulness, but all things are possible with thee. I need celestial influences, the clear shinings of thy love, the beams of thy grace, the light of thy countenance, these are the Pleiades to me. I suffer much from sin and temptation, these are my wintry signs, my terrible Orion. Lord, work wonders in me, and for me. Amen. __________________________________________________________________”
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Morning and Evening

Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“the very essence of anxious care is the imagining that we are wiser than God, and the thrusting ourselves into his place to do for him that which he has undertaken to do for us. We attempt to think of that which we fancy he will forget; we labour to take upon ourselves our weary burden, as if he were unable or unwilling to take it for us. Now”
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Morning and Evening

Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“He who cannot calmly leave his affairs in God's hand, but will carry his own burden, is very likely to be tempted to use wrong means to help himself. This sin leads to a forsaking of God as our counsellor, and resorting instead to human wisdom. This is going to the "broken cistern" instead of to the "fountain;" a sin which was laid against Israel of old. Anxiety makes us doubt God's lovingkindness, and thus our love to him grows cold; we feel mistrust, and thus grieve the Spirit of God, so that our prayers become hindered, our consistent example marred, and our life one of self-seeking. Thus want of confidence in God leads us to wander far from him; but if through simple faith in his promise, we cast each burden as it comes upon him, and are "careful for nothing" because he undertakes to care for us, it will keep us close to him, and strengthen us against much temptation. "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on thee, because he trusteth in thee." __________________________________________________________________”
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Morning and Evening

Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“Think not that thou canst fail of entering into rest. If he hath called thee, nothing can divide thee from his love. Distress cannot sever the bond; the fire of persecution cannot burn the link; the hammer of hell cannot break the chain. Thou art secure; that voice which called thee at first, shall call thee yet again from earth to heaven, from death's dark gloom to immortality's unuttered splendours. Rest assured, the heart of him who has justified thee beats with infinite love towards thee. Thou”
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Morning and Evening

Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“This I recall to my mind, therefore have I hope."   Lamentations 3:21”
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Morning and Evening

Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“A great sin cannot destroy a Christian, but a little sin can make him miserable.”
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Morning and Evening

Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“There is no brokenness of heart which Jesus cannot bind up. "His blood cleanseth from all sin." We have but to think of the myriads who have been delivered from all sorts of diseases through the power and virtue of his touch, and we shall joyfully put ourselves in his hands. We trust him, and sin dies; we love him, and grace lives; we wait for him and grace is strengthened; we see him as he is, and grace is perfected for ever.”
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Morning and Evening

Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“Salvation is not a blessing to be enjoyed upon the dying bed, and to be sung of in a future state above, but a matter to be obtained, received, promised, and enjoyed now.”
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Morning and Evening

Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?"   Psalm 27:1”
Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Morning and Evening


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