Tuesday, May 14, 2013

My Year With Spurgeon, Week #19

God's all cannot be praised with less than our all. ~ Charles Spurgeon, Treasury of David, Psalm 103
Here David begins his list of blessings received, which he rehearses as themes and arguments for praise. He selects a few of the choicest pearls from the casket of divine love, threads them on the string of memory, and hangs them about the neck of gratitude. Pardoned sin is, in our experience, one of the choicest boons of grace, one of the earliest gifts of mercy,—in fact, the needful preparation for enjoying all that follows it. Till iniquity is forgiven, healing, redemption, and satisfaction are unknown blessings.  ~ Charles Spurgeon, Treasury of David, Psalm 103
By purchase and by power the Lord redeems us from the spiritual death into which we had fallen, and from the eternal death which would have been its consequence. ~ Charles Spurgeon, Treasury of David, Psalm 103
Redemption will ever constitute one of the sweetest notes in the believer's grateful song. ~ Charles Spurgeon, Treasury of David, Psalm 103
Mercy pardons sin, grace bestows favour: in both the Lord abounds. ~ Charles Spurgeon, Treasury of David, Psalm 103
As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us. O glorious verse, no word even upon the inspired page can excel it! Sin is removed from us by a miracle of love! What a load to move, and yet is it removed so far that the distance is incalculable. Fly as far as the wing of imagination can bear you, and if you journey through space eastward, you are further from the west at every beat of your wing. If sin be removed so far, then we may be sure that the scent, the trace, the very memory of it must be entirely gone. If this be the distance of its removal, there is no shade of fear of its ever being brought back again; even Satan himself could not achieve such a task. Our sins are gone, Jesus has borne them away. ~ Charles Spurgeon, Treasury of David, Psalm 103

© Becky Laney of Operation Actually Read Bible

1 comment:

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