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A Guinea Purse and a Shilling Heart

Charles Spurgeon
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We meet occasionally with people like the man who, when he was comparatively poor, gave his guinea, but when he grew rich, he only gave a shilling. His explanation was that when he had a shilling purse, he had a guinea heart; but when he had a guinea purse, he found that he had only a shilling heart.…
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