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Do Not Merely Hope the Door Is Locked

Charles Spurgeon
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When I go to bed at night and say to myself, “Did I lock the door?” I am not content to lie there and say, “I hope and trust that I did.” There may be a thief in the garden, so it will not be safe for me to “hope and trust” that all doors and windows are properly fastened. We like to be sure about these…
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