Charles Spurgeon and Prayer

 Charles H. Spurgeion

         Charles H. Spurgeon

Every promise of Scripture is a writing of God, which may be pleaded before Him with this reasonable request: “Do as thou hast said.”  The Creator will not cheat His creature who depends upon His truth; and, far more, the heavenly  Father will not break His word to His own child.  “Remember the word unto thy servant, upon which thou hast caused me to hope,”  is most prevalent pleading.  It is a double argument:  It is Your Word, will You not keep it?  Why have You spoken of it if your will not make it good?  You have caused me to hope in it; will You disappoint the hope that You have Yourself begotten in me?  –Charles Spurgeon

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