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Charles Spurgeon: Confidence in God

Charles H. SpurgeonCharles Spurgeon:

It is essential that we should exhibit faith in the form of confidence in God. Brothers, it would be a great calamity if it could be said of any one of you, “He had an excellent moral character, and remarkable gifts; but he did not trust God.” Faith is a chief necessary. . . . It would be dreadful to think of a sermon as being all that a sermon ought to be in every respect except that the preacher did not trust in the Holy Spirit to bless it to the conversion of souls; such a discourse is vain. No sermon is what it ought to be if faith be absent: as well say that a body is in health when life is extinct. . . . I make bold to assert that, in the service of God, nothing is impossible, and nothing is improbable. Go in for great things, brethren, in the Name of God; risk everything on His promise, and according to your faith shall it be done unto you. (“The Mustard Seed,” Sermon #2110 on Luke 13:18-19, delivered Oct 20, 1889. Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit Volume 35)

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