Faithlife Sermons

The Religion of Excitement and the Religion of Conviction

Charles Spurgeon
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The feather flies in the wind, but it has no inherent power to move. Consequently, when the gale is over it falls to the ground. Such is the religion of excitement. But the eagle has life within itself, and its wings bear it aloft and onward whether the breeze favors it or not—such is religion when sustained…
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