Monday, July 13, 2009

Quote by William S. Plumer

Here's another quote from Spurgeon's book, The Treasury of David. It was encouraging to me.

'Whole Psalm [23].--Some pious souls are troubled because they cannot at all times, or often, use, in its joyous import, the language of this Psalm. Such should remember that David, though he lived long, never wrote but one twenty-third Psalm. Some of his odes do indeed express as lively a faith as this, and faith can walk in darkness. But where else do we find a whole Psalm expressive of personal confidence, joy, and triumph, from beginning to end? God's people have their seasons of darkness and their times of rejoicing. - William S. Plumer

2 comments:

Miss Jen said...

Very beautiful.... :)
thank you for sharing!
These wise words were
indeed very timely for me!

Blessings~ Jen

Melissa M. said...

I'm glad. :)
God bless!