Morning & Evening Daily Devotional Reading– December 20

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Morning & Evening Daily Devotional Reading-- December 20 by Charles H. Spurgeon, Revised and Edited by William C. Neff "Listen! I have loved you with an everlasting love." --Jeremiah 31:3 Sometimes the Lord Jesus tells His Church His thoughts of love. He doesn’t think it’s enough to say it behind her back, but in her very presence He says, 'You are altogether lovely, my love." It’s true that this isn’t His ordinary method; He is a wise lover, and knows when to keep back the expression of … [Read more...]

Morning & Evening Daily Devotional Reading– December 19

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Morning & Evening Daily Devotional Reading-- December 19 by Charles H. Spurgeon, Revised and Edited by William C. Neff "Men may throw dice, but the Lord determines how they fall." --Proverbs 16:33 If the outcome of thrown dice is the Lord's work, then what does this tell us about the arrangement of our whole lives? Elsewhere we’re told that "the very hairs of [our heads] are all numbered" and that "a little sparrow doesn’t fall to the ground" outside of the Father’s knowledge and … [Read more...]

Morning & Evening Daily Devotional Reading– December 18

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Morning & Evening Daily Devotional Reading-- December 18 by Charles H. Spurgeon, Revised and Edited by William C. Neff "Tear your heart and not your garments." --Joel 2:13 Tearing garments and other outward signs of religious emotion are easily performed, but are frequently hypocritical. To feel true repentance is far more difficult, and consequently far less common. Men will give their attention to the most detailed and minute ceremonial regulations as a means of merely pleasing the … [Read more...]

Morning & Evening Daily Devotional Reading– December 17

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Morning & Evening Daily Devotional Reading-- December 17 by Charles H. Spurgeon, Revised and Edited by William C. Neff "I will remember you." --Jeremiah 2:2 Take just a moment to notice that Christ delights to think upon His Church, and to look upon her beauty. As the bird returns often to its nest, and as the traveler hurries to return home, even so the mind continually pursues the object of its choice. It’s impossible to look too often at that which we love; we always want to have our … [Read more...]

Morning & Evening Daily Devotional Reading– December 16

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Morning & Evening Daily Devotional Reading-- December 16 by Charles H. Spurgeon, Revised and Edited by William C. Neff "Come unto me." --Matthew 11:28 The cry of the Christian religion is the gentle word, "Come." The Jewish law harshly said, "Go, watch your steps, and be careful where you walk. Break the commandments, and you’ll die; keep them, and you’ll live! The law ruled with terror, and it was, in this sense, an ever-present scourge to sinful men. The gospel, however, draws men … [Read more...]