"Each day, though it bring its trouble, shall bring its help; and though you should live to outnumber the years of Methuselah, and though your needs should be as many as the sands of the seashore, yet shall God’s grace and mercy last through all your necessities, and you shall never know a real lack." ~ Charles H. Spurgeon
"Feed the sparrows and neglect the offspring of his loins—give crumbs to birds, and not feed his sons and daughters? You feel instinctively that the kind heart which remembers the fowls of heaven must yet more remember his own offspring." ~ Charles H. Spurgeon
"Christian, remember the all-sufficiency of thy God! Let that ancient name, 'El Shaddai'—God all sufficient, sound like music in thine ear—as some translate it, “The many-breasted God,” yielding from himself the sustenance of all his creatures." ~ Charles H. Spurgeon
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Charles Spurgeon (1834–1892)