Monday, May 01, 2006


Portions of both Spurgeon's morning and evening on Saturday were very good:

Morning: "The day of evil reveals to us the value of our glorious hope."

Evening: "How comprehensive is the love of Jesus! There is no part of his people's interests which he does not consider, and there is nothing which concerns their welfare which is not important to him. Not merely does he think of you, believer, as an immortal being, but as a mortal being too. Do not deny it or doubt it: 'The very hairs of your head are all numbered.'"


Anonymous said...

Thank you for this post! It is so moving and unforgettable. I've been reading your blog for a month or so now -- because of the link to Melodee's -- and find it all so excellent.

Molly said...

Thanks for saying 'hi,' Berta! I'm glad you're stopping by.

By the way, all of the quotes that I post from Spurgeon are from a daily email that I get with his "Morning & Evening" devotion. You can sign up for it at

Sean Dietrich said...

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