Evening, December 28th. from Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening.

Evening, December 28th. from Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening.


Evening, December 25th (from Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening)

Evening, December 25th
(from Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening)


From the first moment of …

“From the first moment of your spiritual life until you are ushered into glory, the language of Christ to you will be, “Come, come unto Me.” As a mother puts out her finger to her little child and woos it to walk by saying, “Come,” even so does Jesus. He will always be ahead of you, bidding you follow Him as the soldier follows his captain. He will always go before you to pave your way, and clear your path, and you shall hear His animating voice calling you after Him all through life; while in the solemn hour of death, His sweet words with which He shall usher you into the heavenly world shall be “Come, ye blessed of My Father.””
– Morning, December 16. From “Morning and Evening” by Charles Spurgeon.

It is one thing to love …

“It is one thing to love the ways of the Lord when all is fair, and quite another to cleave to them under all discouragements and difficulties. The kiss of outward profession is very cheap and easy, but the practical cleaving to the Lord, which must show itself in holy decision for truth and holiness, is not so small a matter. How stands the case with us, is our heart fixed upon Jesus, is the sacrifice bound with cords to the horns of the altar? Have we counted the cost, and are we solemnly ready to suffer all worldly loss for the Master’s sake? The after gain will be an abundant recompense, for Egypt’s treasures are not to be compared with the glory to be revealed.”
– Morning, December 15. From “Morning and Evening” by Charles H. Spurgeon.