Charles Haddon Spurgeon

1834 - 1892

A Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon on living large

It has been said that our anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, but only empties today of its strength.
- Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892)   American Preacher

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834 - 1892)

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A Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon

If you want a thing well done, do it yourself.

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A Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon on learning

Learn to say no. It will be of more use to you than to be able to read Latin.

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A Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon on luck

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Luck generally comes to those who look after-it; and my notion is that it taps, once in a lifetime, at everybody's door, but if industry does not open it luck goes away.

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A Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon on christ, jesus, and mistakes

If you think you can walk in holiness without keeping up perpetual fellowship with Christ, you have made a great mistake. If you would be holy, you must live close to Jesus.

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A Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon on service

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I had rather be poor in His service than rich in my own.

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A Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon on mountains

Stars may be seen from the bottom of a deep well, when they cannot be discerned from the top of a mountain.

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A Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon on evil, men, temper, and worth

A vigorous temper is not altogether an evil. Men who are easy as an old shoe are generally of little worth.

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A Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon on affliction and soldiers

The Lord gets his best soldiers out of the highlands of affliction.

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834 - 1892)

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A Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon on knowledge, men, and wisdom

Wisdom is the right use of knowledge. To know is not to be wise. Many men know a great deal, and are all the greater fools for it. There is no fool so great a fool as a knowing fool. But to know how to use knowledge is to have wisdom.

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