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Fresh Daily:
Thursday Mar 21, 2019
Spurgeon's Morning Spurgeon's Evening Daily Checkbook

Avoid That Slip
"Then shalt thou walk in thy way of safety, and thy foot shall not stumble"
Proverbs 3:23
    That is to say, if we follow the ways of wisdom and holiness we shall be preserved in them. He who travels by daylight along the highway is under some protection. There is a way for every man, namely, his own proper calling in life, and if we devoutly walk therein in the fear of God He will preserve us from evil. We may not travel luxuriously, but we shall walk safely. We may not be able to run like young men, but we shall be able to walk like good men. Our greatest danger lies in ourselves: our feeble foot is so sadly apt to stumble. Let us ask for more moral strength that our
tendency to slip may be overcome. Some stumble because they do not see the stone in the way: divine grace enables us to perceive sin and so to avoid it. Let us plead this promise and trust in Him who upholds His chosen. Alas! Our worst peril is our own carelessness, but against this the LORD Jesus has put us on our guard, saying, "Watch and pray." Oh, for grace to walk this day without a single stumble! It is not enough that we do not actually fall; our cry should be that we may not make the smallest slip with out feet but may at the last adore Him "who is able to keep us from stumbling."
Narrated by Charles Koelsch
Koelsch Broadcast Production
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Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-92) was England's best-known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. Spurgeon frequently preached to audiences numbering more than 10,000—all in the days before electronic amplification.


WED, March 20
Family Reading

Private Reading
THU, March 21
Family Reading

Private Reading
FRI, March 22
Family Reading

Private Reading

THU, March 21
On this day  ...  In 1747, On a slave ship bound for England, during a violent storm at sea, English sea captain John Newton was dramatically converted to a living faith.

C. Mayes
Quote  ...  Make sure the thing you are living for is worth dying for.


                   
Make sure the thing you are living for is worth dying for. ... C. Mayes
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