Clue of the Maze Charles H. Spurgeon

ISBN: 9781561863242

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Clue of the Maze  by  Charles H. Spurgeon

Clue of the Maze by Charles H. Spurgeon
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ... difficulties, and theMoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text.

Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ... difficulties, and the priceless food of their spirits. Many other books have been warmlypraised by their readers- but we have never yet met with any other volume which has commanded such frequent enthusiasm, and such devoted affection, as the Bible- neither have we heard of one which answers so many and such divers purposes in connection with the lives of men.

Seeing for iDnes self. We are not exacting when we demand that each candid man should read the Bible for himself. In testing a Book, which professes to be the revelation of Gods mind, we shall act unworthily if we trust to others, be they who they may. Second-hand information lacks assurance and vividness- a personal investigation is far more satisfactory and beneficial. The highly superior person, who dismisses the whole matter with a final verdict, which closes the argument before it is opened, is probably not so cultured a being as he affects to be.

At any rate, he lacks the judicial mind so helpful in the pursuit of truth. Doth our wisdom decide a matter before it heareth it? Nature demands attention, hard and persevering, from those who would be true scientists: the Word of God certainly deserves as reverent an investigation as his Works. Why should not the Scriptures be studied thoroughly? Even as mere literature they will well reward the scholars care. It is the part of a wise man calmly and earnestly to search those famous writings which are prized by so many master-minds.

The voice which cried to Augustine, To lie: lege- was no sound of folly. To take up and read a great and good book cannot be to our detriment. Che Reaoing which the Booh beserues. It would be disgraceful to borrow secondhand criticisms, and turn the Bible away unheard. It ought not to be read...



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