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Image: portion of illuminated manuscript page from "The Book of Kells."Image: of Charles Haddon Spurgeon from the Metroplitan Tabernacle; London, England.

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892)


"Pray until you can pray; pray to be helped to pray and do not give up praying because you cannot pray.  For it is when you think you cannot pray; that is when you are praying."

"O that Christ crucified were the were the universal burden of men of God.  Your guess at the number of the Beast...your conjectures concerning a personal Antichrist---forgive me, I count them but mere bones for dogs; while men are dying, and Hell is filling, it seems to me the veriest drivel to be muttering about an Armageddon...I would sooner pluck one single brand from the burning than explain all mysteries." 

-Charles Spurgeon   



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