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Morning and Evening
For the morning of April 28th
by Charles H. Spurgeon
"Remember the word unto Thy servant, upon which Thou hast causedme to hope." --Psalm 119:49
Whatever your especial need may be, you may readily find some promise in the Bible suited to it. Are you faint and feeblebecause your way is rough and you are weary? Here is thepromise--"He giveth power to the faint." When you read such apromise, take it back to the great Promiser, and ask Him tofulfil His own word. Are you seeking after Christ, and thirstingfor closer communion with Him? This promise shines like a starupon you--"Blessed are they that hunger and thirst afterrighteousness, for they shall be filled." Take that promise tothe throne continually; do not plead anything else, but go toGod over and over again with this--"Lord, Thou hast said it, doas Thou hast said." Are you distressed because of sin, andburdened with the heavy load of your iniquities? Listen tothese words--"I, even I, am He that blotteth out thytransgressions, and will no more remember thy sins." You have nomerit of your own to plead why He should pardon you, but pleadHis written engagements and He will perform them. Are you afraidlest you should not be able to hold on to the end, lest, afterhaving thought yourself a child of God, you should prove acastaway? If that is your state, take this word of grace to thethrone and plead it: "The mountains may depart, and the hillsmay be removed, but the covenant of My love shall not departfrom thee." If you have lost the sweet sense of the Saviour'spresence, and are seeking Him with a sorrowful heart, rememberthe promises: "Return unto Me, and I will return unto you;" "Fora small moment have I forsaken thee, but with great mercies willI gather thee." Banquet your faith upon God's own word, andwhatever your fears or wants, repair to the Bank of Faith withyour Father's note of hand, saying, "Remember the word unto Thyservant, upon which Thou hast caused me to hope."
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