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Charles Spurgeon’s MORNING AND EVENING: MAY 8

MORNING “He that was healed wist not who it was.” John 5:13 Years are short to the happy and healthy; but thirty-eight years of disease must have dragged a very weary length along the life of the poor impotent man. … Continue reading

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Charles Spurgeon’s MORNING AND EVENING: APRIL 14

MORNING “All they that see me laugh me to scorn: they shoot out the lip, they shake the head.” Psalm 22:7 Mockery was a great ingredient in our Lord’s woe. Judas mocked him in the garden; the chief priests and … Continue reading

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Charles Spurgeon’s MORNING AND EVENING: APRIL 5

MORNING “On him they laid the cross, that he might bear it after Jesus.” Luke 23:26 We see in Simon’s carrying the cross a picture of the work of the Church throughout all generations; she is the cross-bearer after Jesus. … Continue reading

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Charles Spurgeon’s MORNING AND EVENING: MARCH 17

MORNING “Remember the poor.” Galatians 2:10 Why does God allow so many of his children to be poor? He could make them all rich if he pleased; he could lay bags of gold at their doors; he could send them … Continue reading

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Charles Spurgeon’s MORNING AND EVENING: MARCH 12

MORNING “Thou shalt love thy neighbour.” Matthew 5:43 “Love thy neighbour.” Perhaps he rolls in riches, and thou art poor, and living in thy little cot side-by-side with his lordly mansion; thou seest every day his estates, his fine linen, … Continue reading

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Charles Spurgeon’s MORNING AND EVENING: MARCH 4

MORNING “My grace is sufficient for thee.” 2 Corinthians 12:9 If none of God’s saints were poor and tried, we should not know half so well the consolations of divine grace. When we find the wanderer who has not where … Continue reading

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IN TOUCH DAILY: FEBRUARY 2

Sunday Reflection: God’s Blessing in Our Emptiness It’s our natural tendency to fill things when they’re empty. If we buy a new house, we might fill it with furniture to make it feel more like home. At a restaurant, waiters … Continue reading

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IN TOUCH DAILY: JANUARY 25

The Riches of Grace Ephesians 1:3-8 Scripture says that Jesus chose to become poor—leaving heaven and everything that belonged to Him as God’s Son—so we might become rich (2 Corinthians 8:9). But what does this mean for believers? Ephesians 1:3-8 … Continue reading

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DAILY HOPE: NOVEMBER 27

Are You Passing on God’s Blessings? “God blesses those who are kind to the poor. He helps them out of their troubles. He protects them and keeps them alive; he publicly honors them and destroys the power of their enemies” … Continue reading

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MY UTMOST FOR HIS HIGHEST: AUGUST 18

Have You Ever Been Speechless with Sorrow? When he heard this, he became very sorrowful, for he was very rich. —Luke 18:23 The rich young ruler went away from Jesus speechless with sorrow, having nothing to say in response to … Continue reading

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