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Torn Down and Then Built Up

Charles Spurgeon
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All that is of nature’s spinning must be unraveled. The natural building must come down, lath and plaster, roof and foundation, and we must have a house not made with hands. It was a great mercy for our city of London that the great fire cleared away all the old buildings that were the lair of the plague;…
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