Faithlife Sermons

Fair Without and Foul Within

Charles Spurgeon
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Men would be less in a hurry to avow their pretended faith if there were no advantages to be gained. The rower in the boat sits with his back to the shore, but is all the while pulling toward it. Many tug the oar toward the world that they pretend to have renounced. How many are like that famous painting…
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