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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “That crafty kindness which inveigles me to sacrifice principle is the serpent in the grass – deadly to the incautious wayfarer.”

901. “That crafty kindness which inveigles me to sacrifice principle is the serpent in the grass – deadly to the incautious wayfarer.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Those who think themselves secure are more exposed to danger than any others. The armor-bearer of sin is self-confidence .”

902. “Those who think themselves secure are more exposed to danger than any others. The armor-bearer of sin is self-confidence .

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Intercessory prayer is an act of communion with Christ, for Jesus pleads for the sons of men.”

903. “Intercessory prayer is an act of communion with Christ, for Jesus pleads for the sons of men.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “When home is ruled according to God’s Word, angels might be asked to stay a night with us, and they would not find themselves out of their element.”

904. “When home is ruled according to God’s Word, angels might be asked to stay a night with us, and they would not find themselves out of their element.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Hell itself does not contain greater monsters of iniquity than you and I might become. Within the magazine of our hearts there is power enough to destroy us in an instant, if omnipotent grace did not prevent.”

905. “Hell itself does not contain greater monsters of iniquity than you and I might become. Within the magazine of our hearts there is power enough to destroy us in an instant, if omnipotent grace did not prevent.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The distance between glorified spirits in heaven and militant saints on earth seems great; but it is not so. We are not far from home-a moment will bring us there.”

906. “The distance between glorified spirits in heaven and militant saints on earth seems great; but it is not so. We are not far from home-a moment will bring us there.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “I do not believe that any man can preach the gospel who does not preach the Law. The Law is the needle, and you cannot draw the silken thread of the gospel through a man’s heart unless you first send the needle of the Law to make way for it.”

907. “I do not believe that any man can preach the gospel who does not preach the Law. The Law is the needle, and you cannot draw the silken thread of the gospel through a man’s heart unless you first send the needle of the Law to make way for it.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The world’s proverb is, “God help the poor, for the rich can help themselves;” but to our mind, it is just the rich who have most need of Heaven’s help. Dives in scarlet is worse off than Lazarus in rags, unless Divine love shall uphold him.”

908. “The world’s proverb is, “God help the poor, for the rich can help themselves;” but to our mind, it is just the rich who have most need of Heaven’s help. Dives in scarlet is worse off than Lazarus in rags, unless Divine love shall uphold him.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Jehovah is the great Miracle Maker, the unrivaled Wonder worker. None can be likened unto Him, He is alone in wonderland, the Creator and Worker of true marvels, compared with which all other remarkable things are as child’s play.”

909. “Jehovah is the great Miracle Maker, the unrivaled Wonder worker. None can be likened unto Him, He is alone in wonderland, the Creator and Worker of true marvels, compared with which all other remarkable things are as child’s play.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “I am convinced that there is no great distance between heaven and earth, that the distance lies in our finite minds. When the Beloved visits us in the night, He turns our chambers into the vestibules of His palace halls. Earth rises to heaven when heaven comes down to earth.”

910. “I am convinced that there is no great distance between heaven and earth, that the distance lies in our finite minds. When the Beloved visits us in the night, He turns our chambers into the vestibules of His palace halls. Earth rises to heaven when heaven comes down to earth.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “A man who knows that he is saved by believing in Christ does not, when he is baptized, lift his baptism into a saving ordinance. In fact, he is the very best protester against that mistake, because he holds that he has no right to be baptized until he is saved.”

911. “A man who knows that he is saved by believing in Christ does not, when he is baptized, lift his baptism into a saving ordinance. In fact, he is the very best protester against that mistake, because he holds that he has no right to be baptized until he is saved.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If we be married to Christ, and He be jealous of us, depend upon it this jealous husband will let none touch His spouse.”

912. “If we be married to Christ, and He be jealous of us, depend upon it this jealous husband will let none touch His spouse.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If you tell your troubles to God, you put them into the grave; they will never rise again when you have committed them to Him. If you roll your burden anywhere else, it will roll back again like the stone of Sisyphus.”

913. “If you tell your troubles to God, you put them into the grave; they will never rise again when you have committed them to Him. If you roll your burden anywhere else, it will roll back again like the stone of Sisyphus.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “This is faith, receiving the truth of Christ; first knowing it to be true, and then acting upon that belief.”

914. “This is faith, receiving the truth of Christ; first knowing it to be true, and then acting upon that belief.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Sin has been pardoned at such a price that we cannot henceforth trifle with it.”

915. “Sin has been pardoned at such a price that we cannot henceforth trifle with it.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “There is no exception to this rule: “All the paths of the LORD are mercy and truth unto such as keep his covenant.” They say there is no rule without an exception, but there is an exception to that rule.”

916. “There is no exception to this rule: “All the paths of the LORD are mercy and truth unto such as keep his covenant.” They say there is no rule without an exception, but there is an exception to that rule.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Faith is the fountain, the foundation and the fosterer of obedience.”

917. “Faith is the fountain, the foundation and the fosterer of obedience.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If heaven were by merit, it would never be heaven to me, for if I were in it I should say, “I am sure I am here by mistake; I am sure this is not my place; I have no claim to it.” But if it be of grace and not of works, then we may walk into heaven with boldness.”

918. “If heaven were by merit, it would never be heaven to me, for if I were in it I should say, “I am sure I am here by mistake; I am sure this is not my place; I have no claim to it.” But if it be of grace and not of works, then we may walk into heaven with boldness.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Oh, for five hundred Elijahs, each one upon his Carmel, crying unto God, and we should soon have the clouds bursting into showers. Oh, for more prayer, more constant, incessant prayer! Then the blessing would rain upon us.”

919. “Oh, for five hundred Elijahs, each one upon his Carmel, crying unto God, and we should soon have the clouds bursting into showers. Oh, for more prayer, more constant, incessant prayer! Then the blessing would rain upon us.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “I would as soon pray to God with machinery as to sing to God with machinery.”

920. “I would as soon pray to God with machinery as to sing to God with machinery.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “I would sooner walk in the dark, and hold hard to a promise of my God, than trust in the light of the brightest day that ever dawned.”

921. “I would sooner walk in the dark, and hold hard to a promise of my God, than trust in the light of the brightest day that ever dawned.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The Christian’s life should be one of thankfulness to God.”

922. “The Christian’s life should be one of thankfulness to God.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If we had to preach to thousands year after year, and never rescued but one soul, that one soul would be a full reward for all our labour, for a soul is of countless price.”

923. “If we had to preach to thousands year after year, and never rescued but one soul, that one soul would be a full reward for all our labour, for a soul is of countless price.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “You’ll never be a winner of souls unless you’re first a weeper for souls.”

924. “You’ll never be a winner of souls unless you’re first a weeper for souls.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Faith is the accepting of what God gives. Faith is the believing what God says. Faith is the trusting to what Jesus has done. Only do this and you are saved, as surely as you are alive!”

925. “Faith is the accepting of what God gives. Faith is the believing what God says. Faith is the trusting to what Jesus has done. Only do this and you are saved, as surely as you are alive!

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The existence of hypocrites does not prove the non-existence of true believers.”

926. “The existence of hypocrites does not prove the non-existence of true believers.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “God is so boundlessly pleased with Jesus that in him he is altogether well pleased with us.”

927. “God is so boundlessly pleased with Jesus that in him he is altogether well pleased with us.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “It is said that if Noah’s ark had to be built by a company; they would not have laid the keel yet; and it may be so. What is many men’s business is nobody’s business. The greatest things are accomplished by individual men.”

928. “It is said that if Noah’s ark had to be built by a company; they would not have laid the keel yet; and it may be so. What is many men’s business is nobody’s business. The greatest things are accomplished by individual men.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The business of the believer with his Bible open is to pray, ‘Lord, give me the meaning and spirit of your word, while it lies open before me; apply your word with power to my soul, threatening or promise, doctrine or precept, whatever it may be; lead me into the soul and marrow of your word.’”

929. “The business of the believer with his Bible open is to pray, ‘Lord, give me the meaning and spirit of your word, while it lies open before me; apply your word with power to my soul, threatening or promise, doctrine or precept, whatever it may be; lead me into the soul and marrow of your word.’

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Let me say that for comfort, there is no thought more full of sweetness than that of an eternal God engaged in Christ Jesus to His people; to love, and bless, and save them all. One Who has made them the distinguished objects of His discriminating regard from all eternity, it is the eternal God.”

930. “Let me say that for comfort, there is no thought more full of sweetness than that of an eternal God engaged in Christ Jesus to His people; to love, and bless, and save them all. One Who has made them the distinguished objects of His discriminating regard from all eternity, it is the eternal God.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “This is the holy reasoning of love; it draws no license from grace, but rather feels the strong constraints of gratitude leading it to holiness.”

931. “This is the holy reasoning of love; it draws no license from grace, but rather feels the strong constraints of gratitude leading it to holiness.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Feel for others – in your pocket.”

932. “Feel for others – in your pocket.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “He makes those just who are unjust, forgives those who deserve to be punished, and favors those who deserve no favor.”

933. “He makes those just who are unjust, forgives those who deserve to be punished, and favors those who deserve no favor.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Free grace can go into the gutter, and bring up a jewel!”

934. “Free grace can go into the gutter, and bring up a jewel!

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Give me great sinners to make great saints! They are glorious raw material for Grace to work upon and when you do get them saved, they will shake the very gates of Hell!”

935. “Give me great sinners to make great saints! They are glorious raw material for Grace to work upon and when you do get them saved, they will shake the very gates of Hell!

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “You shall find books and sermons everywhere, in the land and in the sea, in the earth and in the skies, and you shall learn from every living beast, and bird, and fish, and insect, and from every useful or useless plant that springs from the ground.”

936. “You shall find books and sermons everywhere, in the land and in the sea, in the earth and in the skies, and you shall learn from every living beast, and bird, and fish, and insect, and from every useful or useless plant that springs from the ground.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The delightful study of the Psalms has yielded me boundless profit and ever-growing pleasure; common gratitude constrains me to communicate to others a portion of the benefit, with the prayer that it may induce them to search further for themselves.”

937. “The delightful study of the Psalms has yielded me boundless profit and ever-growing pleasure; common gratitude constrains me to communicate to others a portion of the benefit, with the prayer that it may induce them to search further for themselves.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Christ did not die to make his Father loving, but because his Father is loving: the atoning blood is the outflow of the very heart of God toward us.”

938. “Christ did not die to make his Father loving, but because his Father is loving: the atoning blood is the outflow of the very heart of God toward us.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “I do not believe that any man can preach the gospel who does not preach the Law.”

939. “I do not believe that any man can preach the gospel who does not preach the Law.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “This, then, is the doctrine of the resurrection. We do not believe – at least I do not – that law has been rudely violated in one extraordinary and unparalleled episode. We believe that a universal law of life, overmastering death, and always superior to it, has had once a visible witness.”

940. “This, then, is the doctrine of the resurrection. We do not believe – at least I do not – that law has been rudely violated in one extraordinary and unparalleled episode. We believe that a universal law of life, overmastering death, and always superior to it, has had once a visible witness.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If we do wrong and no harm comes of it, we are not thereby justified. If we did evil and good came of it, the evil would be just as evil. It is not the result of the action, but the action itself which God weighs.”

941. “If we do wrong and no harm comes of it, we are not thereby justified. If we did evil and good came of it, the evil would be just as evil. It is not the result of the action, but the action itself which God weighs.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Has there not been, sometimes, this temptation to do a great deal for Christ, but not to live a great deal with Christ?”

942. “Has there not been, sometimes, this temptation to do a great deal for Christ, but not to live a great deal with Christ?

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Watch constantly against those things which are thought to be no temptations. The most poisonous serpents are found where the sweetest flowers grow. Cleopatra was poisoned by an asp that was brought to her in a basket of fair flowers. Sharp-edged tools, long handled, wound at last.”

943. “Watch constantly against those things which are thought to be no temptations. The most poisonous serpents are found where the sweetest flowers grow. Cleopatra was poisoned by an asp that was brought to her in a basket of fair flowers. Sharp-edged tools, long handled, wound at last.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If when I get to heaven the Lord shall say to me, Spurgeon, I want you to preach for all eternity, I would reply, Lord, give me a Bible, that is all I need.”

944. “If when I get to heaven the Lord shall say to me, Spurgeon, I want you to preach for all eternity, I would reply, Lord, give me a Bible, that is all I need.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “O child of God, be more careful to keep the way of the Lord, more concentrated in heart in seeking His glory, and you will see the loving-kindness and the tender mercy of the Lord in your life.”

945. “O child of God, be more careful to keep the way of the Lord, more concentrated in heart in seeking His glory, and you will see the loving-kindness and the tender mercy of the Lord in your life.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “It would be very difficult to draw a line between holy wonder and real worship; for when the soul is overwhelmed with the majesty of God’s glory, though it may not express itself in song, or even utter its voice with bowed head and humble prayer, yet it silently adores.”

946. “It would be very difficult to draw a line between holy wonder and real worship; for when the soul is overwhelmed with the majesty of God’s glory, though it may not express itself in song, or even utter its voice with bowed head and humble prayer, yet it silently adores.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Sorrow for sin should be the keenest sorrow; joy in the Lord should be the loftiest joy.”

947. “Sorrow for sin should be the keenest sorrow; joy in the Lord should be the loftiest joy.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “I believe that when Paul plants and Apollos waters, God gives the increase; and I have no patience with those who throw the blame on God when it belongs to themselves.”

948. “I believe that when Paul plants and Apollos waters, God gives the increase; and I have no patience with those who throw the blame on God when it belongs to themselves.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “A village is a hive of glass, where nothing unobserved can pass.”

949. “A village is a hive of glass, where nothing unobserved can pass.

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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Don’t drown the man who taught you to swim. If you learned your trade or profession from the man, do not set up in opposition to him.”

950. “Don’t drown the man who taught you to swim. If you learned your trade or profession from the man, do not set up in opposition to him.

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