Spurgeon has been a sort of cedar in Lebanon for the people of God; a tree planted by the waters of Divine grace. His eloquence and insight evidence his nearness to God and we are thankful for him sharing his experience.
In this article we read of some profound quotes from Spurgeon that will encourage the believer to press on when the Jordan swells and to confidently stand when war arises.
We desire to see more saints through off complaining and self pity while they draw near to that Great Rock in a weary land. There is a time for weeping and a time for mourning but those are the times when the tender mercies of God comfort the soul and the spirit of power rises up to overcome all weapons formed against us. Mount up, church! The Captain of your salvation marches on and victory is sure!
– brother Pat