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"Dear Spurgeon" by Archibald Brown

“Beloved President, faithful Pastor, Prince of Preachers, brother Beloved, Dear Spurgeon–We bid thee not ‘farewell,’ but only for a little while ‘goodnight.’

Thou shalt rise soon at the first dawn of the resurrection day of the redeemed. 288 more words

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"The great Master Gardener" by Samuel Rutherford

“My dearest love in Christ remembered. As to the business which I know you would so fain have taken effect, my earnest desire is, that you stand still. 146 more words

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"The discerning hand of God" by Charles Spurgeon

“So far as personal sorrows are concerned, it would be a very sharp and trying experience to me to think that I have an affliction which God never sent me, that the bitter cup was never filled by His hand, that my trials were never measured out by Him, nor sent to me by His arrangement of their weight and quantity. 103 more words

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"Our sins are many, but His mercies are more" by John Newton

“I can truly say, that I bear you upon my heart and in my prayers. I have rejoiced to see the beginning of a good and gracious work in you. 459 more words

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"Get good books" by Thomas Watson

“Get good books in your houses. When you have not the spring near to you, then get water into your cistern; so when you have not that wholesome preaching that you desire, good books are cisterns that hold the waters of life in them to refresh you. 69 more words

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Human Nature

It’s amazing how often this idea of “the one” is touted all over the place. I get it, we want that yummy romantic feeling to last forever and that one special person to be the only one we ever feel it with ever again…but isn’t that a little overly optimistic? 173 more words

Bits and Bo(o)bs

Last week, Picasso’s “Women of Algiers” sold for just over £115m.  I suppose if you have £10,000 knocking about, you just pop out and invest a bit of your spare cash on a new TV.  321 more words