In order to learn how to discharge your duty as a witness for Christ, look at his example. He is always witnessing: by the well of Samaria, or in the Temple of Jerusalem: by the lake of Gennesaret, or on the mountain’s brow. He is witnessing night and day; his mighty prayers are as vocal to God as his daily services. He witnesses under all circumstancesNever, for fear of feeble man, restrain your witness. Your lips have been warmed with a coal from off the altar; let them SPEAK as like heaven-touched lips should do 🐘 — C.H. Spurgeon/Evening/Nov 7

That any of us should be willing to seek after the lost is nothing wonderful—they are of our own race; but that He, the offended God, against whom the transgression has been committed, should take upon Himself the form of a servant, and bear the sin of many, and should then be willing to receive the vilest of the vile, this is marvelous 🐘 — C.H. Spurgeon

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