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Charles Spurgeon’s MORNING AND EVENING: JUNE 26

MORNING “Art thou become like unto us?” Isaiah 14:10 What must be the apostate professor’s doom when his naked soul appears before God? How will he bear that voice, “Depart, ye cursed; thou hast rejected me, and I reject thee; … Continue reading

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Charles Spurgeon’s MORNING AND EVENING: JUNE 25

MORNING “Get thee up into the high mountain.” Isaiah 40:9 Our knowledge of Christ is somewhat like climbing one of our Welsh mountains. When you are at the base you see but little: the mountain itself appears to be but … Continue reading

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Charles Spurgeon’s MORNING AND EVENING: JUNE 24

MORNING “A certain woman of the company lifted up her voice, and said unto him, Blessed is the womb that bare thee, and the paps which thou hast sucked. But he said, Yea rather, blessed are they that hear the … Continue reading

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Charles Spurgeon’s MORNING AND EVENING: JUNE 14

MORNING “Delight thyself also in the Lord.” Psalm 37:4 The teaching of these words must seem very surprising to those who are strangers to vital godliness, but to the sincere believer it is only the inculcation of a recognized truth. … Continue reading

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Charles Spurgeon’s MORNING AND EVENING: MARCH 25

MORNING “Betrayest thou the Son of Man with a kiss?” Luke 22:48 “The kisses of an enemy are deceitful.” Let me be on my guard when the world puts on a loving face, for it will, if possible, betray me … 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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IN TOUCH DAILY: DECEMBER 1

A Lasting Heritage 2 Timothy 3:10-17 People go to great lengths to ensure that their property and wealth are bequeathed according to their wishes. But there is a much more valuable gift we can give others—“the wisdom that leads to … Continue reading

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IN TOUCH DAILY: OCTOBER 15

  The Burden of False Guilt Galatians 1:10 Guilt is an emotional response to wrongdoing. We should feel the Lord’s conviction when we disobey His commandments, or even when we break civil laws that do not contradict God’s laws. But … Continue reading

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C. S. LEWIS DAILY: OCTOBER 31

Some time ago Matthew Arnold prophesied that poetry would come to replace religion; and the personal heretics have made this true in a sense which he probably did not foresee. Poetry has, naturally enough, not yet attempted the salvation of … Continue reading

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C. S. LEWIS DAILY: OCTOBER 11

No Christian and, indeed, no historian could accept the epigram which defines religion as “what a man does with his solitude.” It was one of the Wesleys, I think, who said that the New Testament knows nothing of solitary religion. … Continue reading

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