Monday, April 24

Spurgeon "A Little of What They Saw"

Pray for me as I teach today, tomorrow, and Wednesday at a mini-conference for pastor/elders.

In the meantime, check out this post from Charles Spurgeon (via Mark Dever) regarding the pastor at the bedside of a dying man.

A small quote (the original isn't long, either) :

Their heavenly serenity, varied with bursts of triumphant joy, has driven all my fears away. Some have been wasted with disease and racked with pain till it seemed impossible that an original thought could have come from them, and yet their speech has been fresh and new, an inspired utterance far excelling poetry. They only spoke what they were seeing, what they were enjoying, for the jewelled gates were set open to them, and they peered within and then turned round and told us a little of what they saw.

Blessings to you today,

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