Spurgeon on Christmas

                                                                                A few days before Christmas 1891, while recovering in Mentone, France, from poor health, Charles Spurgeon wrote a moving letter to the children of his orphanages. From the time Spurgeon...

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Waiting, Christmas, and Susannah Spurgeon

Waiting, Christmas, and Susannah Spurgeon: Guest Post by Selah Ulmer As a child, I remember waiting anxiously for Christmas Day to arrive. As the calendar turned to December, I felt so much anticipation yet was painfully aware of the long days that still separated me...

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Someone to Walk With: A Meditation on Friendship

Remembering C.S. Lewis on the Date of His Birthday Born: November 29, 1898, Belfast, United Kingdom Died: November 22, 1963, Oxford, United Kingdom The Pasture I'm going out to clean the pasture spring; I'll only stop to rake the leaves away (And wait to watch the...

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Our Wavering Heart, The Unchangeable God

The human experience is one of constant change. A baby cries and his years pass as swiftly as a deer runs. The infant, once soft and vibrant, ages and wrinkles as the seasons come and go. The old man can scarce remember his previous years as he draws his last breath....

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Loving Spurgeon in Context

  CHRONOLOGICAL SNOBBERY Be killing chronological snobbery or chronological snobbery will be killing you. It is lazy and unloving to be dismissive of a person from the past without consideration of their context. Chronological snobbery is the belief that one's present...

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