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Charles Haddon Spurgeon

“I have often been surprised at the mercy of God to myself. Poor sermons of mine, that I could cry over when I get home, have led scores to the cross; and, more wonderful still, words that I have spoken in ordinary conversation, mere chance sentences, as men call them, have nevertheless been as winged arrows from God, and have pierced men’s hearts, and laid them wounded at Jesus’ feet. I have often lifted up my hands in astonishment, and said, ‘How can God bless such a feeble instrumentality?”

Charles Haddon Spurgeon, The Soul-Winner, quoted in Prokope, 1997

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