Friday, March 6, 2009


Another good quote from Spurgeon's The Treasury of David....

P.B. Power, in 'I Wills' of the Psalms:
[Chapter 9] Verse 1 (second clause).--"When we have received any special good thing from the Lord, it is well, according as we have opportunities, to tell others of it. When the woman who had lost one of her ten pieces of silver, found the missing portion of her money, she gathered her neighbours and her friends together, saying, "Rejoice with me, for I have found the piece which I had lost." We may do the same; we may tell friends and relations that we have received such-and-such a blessing and that we trace it directly to the hand of God. Why have we not already done this? Is there a lurking unbelief as to whether it really came from God; or are we ashamed to own it before those who are perhaps accustomed to laugh at such things? Who knows so much of the marvellous works of God as his own people; if they be silent, how can we expect the world to see what he has done? Let us not be ashamed to glorify God, by telling what we know and feel he has done; let us watch our opportunity to bring out distinctly the fact of his acting; let us feel delighted at having an opportunity, from our own experience, of telling what must turn to his praise; and them that honour God, God will honour in turn; if we be willing to talk of his deeds, he will give us enough to talk about."


Miss Jen said...

Beautiful, simply beautiful!!!!
Thanks so much for sharing this, dear Melissa! I may just use this great excerpt in one of my "Lord's Day" post in the near future. Bless you dear sister in the Lord!!

Love in Christ,
Miss Jen

Melissa M. said...

Glad you enjoyed it! :)