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START EACH DAY RIGHT, ENJOY GOD'S WORD DAILY
SPURGEON'S MORNING SPURGEON'S EVENING DAILY CHECKBOOK
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Full Reliance on God

"For He shall deliver the needy when he crieth; the poor also, and him that hath no helper"
Psalm 72:12
The needy cries; what else can he do? His cry is heard of God; what else need he do? Let the needy reader take to crying at once, for this will be his wisdom. Do not cry in the ears of friends, for even if they can help you it is only because the LORD enables them. The nearest way is to go straight to God and let your cry come up before Him. Straightforward makes the best runner: run to the LORD and not to secondary causes. "Alas!" you cry, "I have no friend or helper." So much the better; you can rely upon God in both capacities - as without supplies and without helpers. Make your double need your double plea. Even for temporal mercies you may wait upon God, for He careth for His children in these temporary concerns. As for spiritual necessities, which are the heaviest of all, the LORD will hear your cry and will deliver you and supply you. O poor friend, try your rich God. O helpless one, lean on His help. He has never failed me, and I am sure He will never fail you. Come as a beggar, and God will not refuse you help. Come with no plea but His grace. Jesus is King; will He let you perish of want? What! Did you forget this?

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.

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On this day  ...  In 1633, By French edict only Catholic settlers were permitted permanent residence within the country known as New France ("Canada" today)

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Quote  ...  Nothing less than a living sacrifice is demanded.


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