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Let Your Petitions Be Large

Charles Spurgeon
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Let your petitions be large. Imitate the example of Alexander’s courtier, who when he was told he might have whatever he chose to ask as a reward for his valor, asked a sum of money so large that Alexander’s treasurer refused to pay it until he had first seen the monarch. When he saw the monarch, he…
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