Morning and Evening with Charles Spurgeon
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March 18th Evening

Morning and Evening with Charles Spurgeon

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March 18th Evening

Morning and Evening with Charles Spurgeon

A daily devotional of Charles Spurgeon’s most beloved work—Morning and Evening.

Morning and Evening with Charles Spurgeon

“As the Father hath loved Me, so have I loved you.” — John 15:9 As the Father loves the Son, in the same manner Jesus loves His people. What is that divine method? He loved Him without beginning, and thus Jesus loves His members. “I have loved thee with an everlasting love.” You can trace […]

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March 18th Morning
“Ye are all the children of God by faith in Christ Jesus.” — Galatians 3:26 The fatherhood of God is common to all his children. Ah! Little-faith, you have often said, “Oh that I had the courage of Great-heart, that I could wield his sword and be as valiant as he! But, alas, I stumble […]...

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March 17th Evening
“Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.” — Matthew 5:9 This is the seventh of the beatitudes: and seven was the number of perfection among the Hebrews. It may be that the Saviour placed the peacemaker the seventh upon the list because he most nearly approaches the perfect man […]...

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March 17th Morning
“Remember the poor.” — Galatians 2:10 Why does God allow so many of His children to be poor? He could make them all rich if He pleased; He could lay bags of gold at their doors; He could send them a large annual income; or He could scatter round their houses abundance of provisions, as […]...

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March 16th Evening
“Keep back Thy servant also from presumptuous sins.” — Psalm 19:13 Such was the prayer of the “man after God’s own heart.” Did holy David need to pray thus? How needful, then, must such a prayer be for us babes in grace! It is as if he said, “Keep me back, or I shall rush […]...

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March 16th Morning
“I am a stranger with thee.” — Psalm 39:12 Yes, O Lord, with Thee, but not to Thee. All my natural alienation from Thee, Thy grace has effectually removed; and now, in fellowship with Thyself, I walk through this sinful world as a pilgrim in a foreign country. Thou art a stranger in Thine own […]...

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March 15th Evening
“He did it with all his heart and prospered.” — 2 Chronicles 31:21 This is no unusual occurrence; it is the general rule of the moral universe that those men prosper who do their work with all their hearts, while those are almost certain to fail who go to their labour leaving half their hearts […]...

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March 15th Morning
“Be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus.” — 2 Timothy 2:1 Christ has grace without measure in Himself, but He hath not retained it for Himself. As the reservoir empties itself into the pipes, so hath Christ emptied out His grace for His people. “Of His fulness have all we received, and […]...

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March 14th Evening
“I will take heed to my ways.” — Psalm 39:1 Fellow-pilgrim, say not in your heart, “I will go hither and thither, and I shall not sin;” for you are never so out of danger of sinning as to boast of security. The road is very miry, it will be hard to pick your path […]...

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March 14th Morning
“Let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall.” — 1 Corinthians 10:12 It is a curious fact, that there is such a thing as being proud of grace. A man says, “I have great faith, I shall not fall; poor little faith may, but I never shall.” “I have fervent love,” says […]...

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March 13th Evening
“Then he put forth his hand, and took her, and pulled her in unto him into the ark.” — Genesis 8:9“ Wearied out with her wanderings, the dove returns at length to the ark as her only resting place. How heavily she flies — she will drop — she will never reach the ark! But […]...

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March 13th Morning
“Why sit we here until we die?” — 2 Kings 7:3 Dear reader, this little book was mainly intended for the edification of believers, but if you are yet unsaved, our heart yearns over you: and we would fain say a word which may be blessed to you. Open your Bible, and read the story […]...

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March 12th Evening
“To whom belongest thou?” — 1 Samuel 30:13 No neutralities can exist in religion. We are either ranked under the banner of Prince Immanuel, to serve and fight His battles, or we are vassals of the black prince, Satan. “To whom belongest thou?” Reader, let me assist you in your response. Have you been “born […]...

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March 12th Morning
“Thou shalt love thy neighbour.” — Matthew 5:43 “Love thy neighbour.” Perhaps he rolls in riches, and thou art poor, and living in thy little cot side-by-side with his lordly mansion; thou seest every day his estates, his fine linen, and his sumptuous banquets; God has given him these gifts, covet not his wealth, and […]...

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March 11th Evening
“Thou shalt be called, Sought out.” — Isaiah 62:12 The surpassing grace of God is seen very clearly in that we were not only sought, but sought out. Men seek for a thing which is lost upon the floor of the house, but in such a case there is only seeking, not seeking out. The […]...

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March 11th Morning
“Sin… exceeding sinful.” — Romans 7:13 Beware of light thoughts of sin. At the time of conversion, the conscience is so tender, that we are afraid of the slightest sin. Young converts have a holy timidity, a godly fear lest they should offend against God. But alas! very soon the fine bloom upon these first […]...

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March 10th Evening
“Man… is of few days, and full of trouble.” — Job 14:1 It may be of great service to us, before we fall asleep, to remember this mournful fact, for it may lead us to set loose by earthly things. There is nothing very pleasant in the recollection that we are not above the shafts […]...

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March 10th Morning
“In my prosperity I said I shall never be moved.” — Psalm 30:6 “Moab settled on his lees, he hath not been emptied from vessel to vessel.” Give a man wealth; let his ships bring home continually rich freights; let the winds and waves appear to be his servants to bear his vessels across the […]...

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March 9th Evening
“Abide in Me.” — John 15:4 Communion with Christ is a certain cure for every ill. Whether it be the wormwood of woe, or the cloying surfeit of earthly delight, close fellowship with the Lord Jesus will take bitterness from the one, and satiety from the other. Live near to Jesus, Christian, and it is […]...

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March 9th Morning
“Yea, He is altogether lovely.” — Song of Solomon 5:16 The superlative beauty of Jesus is all-attracting; it is not so much to be admired as to be loved. He is more than pleasant and fair, He is lovely. Surely the people of God can fully justify the use of this golden word, for He […]...

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March 8th Evening
“She called his name Ben-oni (son of sorrow), but his father called him Benjamin (son of my right hand).” — Genesis 35:18 To every matter there is a bright as well as a dark side. Rachel was overwhelmed with the sorrow of her own travail and death; Jacob, though weeping the mother’s loss, could see […]...

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March 8th Morning
“We must through much tribulation enter into the kingdom of God.” — Acts 14:22 There are many ways of promoting Christian wakefulness. Among the rest, let me strongly advise Christians to converse together concerning the ways of the Lord. Christian and Hopeful, as they journeyed towards the Celestial City, said to themselves, “To prevent drowsiness […]...

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March 7th Evening
“lt is better to trust in the Lord, than to put confidence in man.” — Psalm 118:8 Doubtless the reader has been tried with the temptation to rely upon the things which are seen, instead of resting alone upon the invisible God. Christians often look to man for help and counsel, and mar the noble […]...

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March 7th Morning
“Have faith in God.” — Mark 11:22 Faith is the foot of the soul by which it can march along the road of the commandments. Love can make the feet move more swiftly; but faith is the foot which carries the soul. Faith is the oil enabling the wheels of holy devotion and of earnest […]...

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March 6th Evening
“Before destruction the heart of man is haughty.” — Proverbs 18:12 It is an old and common saying, that “coming events cast their shadows before them;” the wise man teaches us that a haughty heart is the prophetic prelude of evil. Pride is as safely the sign of destruction as the change of mercury in […]...

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March 6th Morning
“Ye must be born again.” — John 3:7 Regeneration is a subject which lies at the very basis of salvation, and we should be very diligent to take heed that we really are “born again,” for there are many who fancy they are, who are not. Be assured that the name of a Christian is […]...

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