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Charles Haddan Spurgeon

Discussion in 'Pentecostal & Assemblies of God' started by quietbloke, Feb 4, 2021.

  1. SANTOSO

    SANTOSO Well-Known Member

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    Please share a portion will do.
     
  2. musicalpilgrim

    musicalpilgrim pilgrim on the sacred music pathway Angels Team Supporter

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    I have a book of daily readings by Spurgeon, today he says, "The holy rest which springs out of faith in the Lord Jesus also greatly helps a man when he is ill. Every physician rejoices to have a patient whose mind is fully at ease. Worry kills, but confidence in God is like healing medicine".
     
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  3. musicalpilgrim

    musicalpilgrim pilgrim on the sacred music pathway Angels Team Supporter

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    I love this

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  4. musicalpilgrim

    musicalpilgrim pilgrim on the sacred music pathway Angels Team Supporter

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    found this on Facebook,
    "Sleep"
    by Charles Spurgeon

    Sleep is the gift of God; and not a man would close his eyes, did not God put his fingers on his eyelids—did not the Almighty send a soft and balmy influence over his frame which lulled his thoughts into quiescence, making him enter into that blissful state of rest which we call sleep.
    Sleep is the best physician that I know of. Sleep hath healed more pains of wearied heads, and hearts, and bones than the most eminent physicians upon earth.
    It is astonishing what a difference a night’s rest makes with our troubles.
     
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  5. Aussie Pete

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    Yes. And God's mercies are new every morning. It is possible to forget the troubles of yesterday and start each day afresh. How much lighter the burden when we refuse to carry yesterday's into today.
     
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    that's powerful!
     
  7. Mark Quayle

    Mark Quayle Well-Known Member Supporter

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    It's true, judging by Jacob fighting the 'Angel'; but at the same time, a gasped, weak, "God help me", of a hopeless, faltering soul, is not despised. A bruised reed he will not break, and a smoldering wick he will not snuff out.
     
  8. musicalpilgrim

    musicalpilgrim pilgrim on the sacred music pathway Angels Team Supporter

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    So true!
     
  9. musicalpilgrim

    musicalpilgrim pilgrim on the sacred music pathway Angels Team Supporter

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    He bequeaths us His manger, from which to learn how God came down to man, and His cross to teach us how man may go up to God.
     
  10. Michael Snow

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    Currently using his "Morning and Evening Devotional" (I'd recommend getting the book, but also free online) It is of note that Spurgeon held the same view on Christians and war that Assemblies of God held in the beginning
    Charles Spurgeon: On War and Christians
     
  11. Michael Snow

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    I am currently using his Morning and Evening devotional.

    There are a lot of good devotional books. (e.g J.I Packer, Chambers...) Many are a selection of quotes by someone else and compiled into a book. The difference is that Spurgeon wrote this specifically for the reader, day by day, with a pastor's heart.

    Of note on Spurgeon is that he held the same view on Christians and war that the Assemblies of God held in the beginning. Charles Spurgeon: On War and Christians
     
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