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Morning’s With Charles Spurgeon ~ 01.24.15

Saturday, January 24, 2015 This Morning’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “Surely he shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler.”—Psalm 91:3. GOD delivers His people from the snare of the fowler in two senses. From, and out of. First, He delivers them from the snare—does not let them enter it; and secondly, if they should be caught therein, He… (more…)

Morning’s With Charles Spurgeon ~ 01.23.15

Friday, January 23, 2015 This Morning’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “I have exalted one chosen out of the people.”—Psalm 89:19. WHY was Christ chosen out of the people? Speak, my heart, for heart-thoughts are best. Was it not that He might be able to be our brother, in the blest tie of kindred blood? Oh, what relationship there is between… (more…)

Evening’s With Charles Spurgeon ~01.23.15

Saturday, January 23, 2015 This Evening’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “We will remember Thy love more than wine.”—Song of Solomon 1:4. JESUS will not let His people forget His love. If all the love they have enjoyed should be forgotten, He will visit them with fresh love. “Do you forget my cross?” says He, “I will cause you to remember… (more…)

Evening’s With Charles Spurgeon ~01.22.15

Thursday, January 22, 2015 This Evening’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “Doth Job fear God for nought?”—Job 1:9. THIS was the wicked question of Satan concerning that upright man of old, but there are many in the present day concerning whom it might be asked with justice, for they love God after a fashion because He prospers them; but if things… (more…)

Morning’s With Charles Spurgeon ~ 01.22.15

Thursday, January 22, 2015 This Morning’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “Son of man, What is the vine tree more than any tree, or than a branch which is among the trees of the forest?”—Ezekiel 15:2. THESE words are for the humbling of God’s people; they are called God’s vine, but what are they by nature more than others? They, by… (more…)

Evening’s With Charles Spurgeon ~01.21.15

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 This Evening’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “He was sore athirst, and called on the Lord, and said, Thou hast given this great deliverance into the hand of Thy servant: and now shall I die for thirst?”—Judges 15:18. SAMSON was thirsty and ready to die. The difficulty was totally different from any which the hero had met… (more…)

Morning’s With Charles Spurgeon ~ 01.21.15

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 This Morning’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “And so all Israel shall be saved.”—Romans 11:26. THEN Moses sang at the Red Sea, it was his joy to know that all Israel were safe. Not a drop of spray fell from that solid wall until the last of God’s Israel had safely planted his foot on the other… (more…)

Evening’s With Charles Spurgeon ~01.20.15

Tuesday, January 20, 2015 This Evening’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “Turn away mine eyes from beholding vanity; and quicken Thou me in Thy way.”—Psalm 119:37. THERE are divers kinds of vanity. The cap and bells of the fool, the mirth of the world, the dance, the lyre, and the cup of the dissolute, all these men know to be vanities;… (more…)

Morning’s With Charles Spurgeon ~ 01.20.15

Tuesday, January 20, 2015 This Morning’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “Abel was a keeper of sheep.”—Genesis 4:2. AS a shepherd Abel sanctified his work to the glory of God, and offered a sacrifice of blood upon his altar, and the Lord had respect unto Abel and his offering. This early type of our Lord is exceedingly clear and distinct. Like… (more…)

Evening’s With Charles Spurgeon ~01.19.15

Monday, January 19, 2015 This Evening’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “Then opened He their understanding, that they might understand the Scriptures.”—Luke 24:45. HE whom we viewed last evening as opening Scripture, we here perceive opening the understanding. In the first work He has many fellow-labourers, but in the second He stands alone; many can bring the Scriptures to the mind,… (more…)

Morning’s With Charles Spurgeon ~ 01.19.15

Monday, January 19, 2015 This Morning’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “I sought him, but I found him not.”—Song of Solomon 3:1.         TELL me where you lost the company of Christ, and I will tell you the most likely place to find Him. Have you lost Christ in the closet by restraining prayer? Then it is there… (more…)

Evening’s With Charles Spurgeon ~

Sunday, January 18, 2015 This Evening’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “He expounded unto them in all the Scriptures the things concerning himself.”—Luke 24:27. THE two disciples on the road to Emmaus had a most profitable journey. Their companion and teacher was the best of tutors; the interpreter one of a thousand, in whom are hid all the treasures of wisdom… (more…)

Morning’s With Charles Spurgeon ~

Sunday, January 18, 2015 This Morning’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God.”—Hebrews 4:9. HOW different will be the state of the believer in heaven from what it is here! Here he is born to toil and suffer weariness, but in the land of the immortal, fatigue is never known. Anxious to serve… (more…)

Evening’s With Charles Spurgeon ~

Saturday, January 17, 2015 This Evening’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “And it came to pass in an evening-tide, that David arose from off his bed, and walked upon the roof of the king’s house.”—2 Samuel 11:2. At that hour David saw Bathsheba. We are never out of the reach of temptation. Both at home and abroad we are liable to… (more…)

Morning’s With Charles Spurgeon ~

Saturday, January 17, 2015 This Morning’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “And I looked, and, lo, a Lamb stood on the mount Sion.”—Revelation 14:1. The apostle John was privileged to look within the gates of heaven, and in describing what he saw, he begins by saying, “I looked, and, lo, a Lamb!” This teaches us that the chief object of contemplation… (more…)

Evening’s With Charles Spurgeon ~

Friday, January 16, 2015 This Evening’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “The Messiah shall be cut off, but not for himself.”—Daniel 9:26. LESSED be His name, there was no cause of death in Him. Neither original nor actual sin had defiled Him, and therefore death had no claim upon Him. No man could have taken His life from Him justly, for… (more…)

Morning’s With Charles Spurgeon ~

Friday, January 16, 2015 This Morning’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “I will help thee, saith the Lord.”—Isaiah 41:14. HIS morning let us hear the Lord Jesus speak to each one of us: “I will help thee.” “It is but a small thing for Me, thy God, to help thee. Consider what I have done already. What! not help thee? Why,… (more…)

Evening’s With Charles Spurgeon ~

Thursday, January 15, 2015 This Evening’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “But I give myself unto prayer.”—Psalm 109:4. YING tongues were busy against the reputation of David, but he did not defend himself; he moved the case into a higher court, and pleaded before the great King Himself. Prayer is the safest method of replying to words of hatred. The Psalmist… (more…)

Morning’s With Charles Spurgeon ~

Thursday, January 15, 2015 This Morning’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “Do as thou hast said.”—2 Samuel 7:25. OD’S promises were never meant to be thrown aside as waste paper; He intended that they should be used. God’s gold is not miser’s money, but is minted to be traded with. Nothing pleases our Lord better than to see His promises put… (more…)

Evening’s With Charles Spurgeon ~

Wednesday, January 14, 2015 This Evening’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “Beginning to sink, he cried, saying, Lord, save me.”—Matthew 14:30. INKING times are praying times with the Lord’s servants. Peter neglected prayer at starting upon his venturous journey, but when he began to sink his danger made him a suppliant, and his cry though late was not too late. In… (more…)

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