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Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "A dash of humor will only add intense gravity to the proceedings, even as a flash of lightning only makes midnight dreariness all the more impressive."

A dash of humor will only add intense gravity to the proceedings, even as a flash of lightning only makes midnight dreariness all the more impressive.




Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "It is the tendency of deep feeling to subdue the manner rather than to render it too energetic."

It is the tendency of deep feeling to subdue the manner rather than to render it too energetic.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "One thought fixed upon the mind will be better than 50 thoughts flittering across the ear."

One thought fixed upon the mind will be better than 50 thoughts flittering across the ear.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Simulated ardor is a shameful form of lying."

Simulated ardor is a shameful form of lying.




Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "More faults are created than cured by professional teachers."

More faults are created than cured by professional teachers.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "A student will find that he is more affected by one book which he has truly mastered than by 20 books which he has merely skimmed."

A student will find that he is more affected by one book which he has truly mastered than by 20 books which he has merely skimmed.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "A vigorous temper is not altogether an evil. Men who are as easy as an old shoe are generally of as lttle worth ."

A vigorous temper is not altogether an evil. Men who are as easy as an old shoe are generally of as lttle worth .




Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "The voice of Jacob will do a little good if the hands be the hands of Essau."

The voice of Jacob will do a little good if the hands be the hands of Essau.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "The author says the pastor who does not pray is a "mere official" who gets into his office by the necessity of the bread it provides."

The author says the pastor who does not pray is a "mere official" who gets into his office by the necessity of the bread it provides.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Heart language is logic set on fire."

Heart language is logic set on fire.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Remember, you are not sent to whiten tombs, but to open them."

Remember, you are not sent to whiten tombs, but to open them.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "The author concedes that the body of Christ may often judge wrongly, but he says that the judgment of the body as a whole is more sound that is one's ability to judge self objectively."

The author concedes that the body of Christ may often judge wrongly, but he says that the judgment of the body as a whole is more sound that is one's ability to judge self objectively.




Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "I love a minister whose faces invite me to make him my friend."

I love a minister whose faces invite me to make him my friend.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Cast the burden of the present along with the sin of the past and the fear of the future upon the Lord."

Cast the burden of the present along with the sin of the past and the fear of the future upon the Lord.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Your own opinion of your state is not worth much. Ask the Lord to search you."

Your own opinion of your state is not worth much. Ask the Lord to search you.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "If boys would think, it would be well to give them less classwork and more opportunity for thought."

If boys would think, it would be well to give them less classwork and more opportunity for thought.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Throw away the servility of imitation, and rise to the manliness of originality."

Throw away the servility of imitation, and rise to the manliness of originality.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "The age can be impressed. Anything will be accepted by men if you will but preach it with tremendous enthusiasm, emotion, persuasionnergy and living earnestness."

The age can be impressed. Anything will be accepted by men if you will but preach it with tremendous enthusiasm, emotion, persuasionnergy and living earnestness.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "God has made all things that are in the world to be our teachers."

God has made all things that are in the world to be our teachers.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Watch for subjects as you go but the city or the country. Keep your eyes and ears open, and you will hear and see angels."

Watch for subjects as you go but the city or the country. Keep your eyes and ears open, and you will hear and see angels.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Be interested yourself, and you will interest others."

Be interested yourself, and you will interest others.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Rest time is the waste time. It is economy to gather fresh strength."

Rest time is the waste time. It is economy to gather fresh strength.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Satan will make your own principles and inclinations to betray you."

Satan will make your own principles and inclinations to betray you.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "It would be better to be deceived a hundred times than to live a life of suspicion."

It would be better to be deceived a hundred times than to live a life of suspicion.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Those that are too refined to be simple need to be refined again."

Those that are too refined to be simple need to be refined again.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "It is not great counts God blesses so much as likeness to Jesus."

It is not great counts God blesses so much as likeness to Jesus.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "My own spirit, soul, and body are my nearest machinery for sacred service."

My own spirit, soul, and body are my nearest machinery for sacred service.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "The very precariousness of weather excites a large amount of earnest prayer."

The very precariousness of weather excites a large amount of earnest prayer.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "You can leave the Word of God to wound and kill it need not be yourselves cutting in phrase in manner."

You can leave the Word of God to wound and kill it need not be yourselves cutting in phrase in manner.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Better abolish pulpits then to appoint men who have no experiential knowledge of what they teach."

Better abolish pulpits then to appoint men who have no experiential knowledge of what they teach.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "The minister is the parish clock. Many people take their time from him."

The minister is the parish clock. Many people take their time from him.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "It is not a brave thing to trust God. To true believers, it is a sweet necessity."

It is not a brave thing to trust God. To true believers, it is a sweet necessity.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "It is a pity that we cannot persuade all ministers to be men, for it is hard to see how other was they can be truly men of God."

It is a pity that we cannot persuade all ministers to be men, for it is hard to see how other was they can be truly men of God.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "If we cannot prevail with men for God, we will at least endeavor to prevail with God for men."

If we cannot prevail with men for God, we will at least endeavor to prevail with God for men.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "The commencement of all labor consisted in the preparation of his own soul."

The commencement of all labor consisted in the preparation of his own soul.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Most of us think too much of speech, which is but the shell of thought."

Most of us think too much of speech, which is but the shell of thought.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Our silence might be better than our voices if our solitude was spent with God."

Our silence might be better than our voices if our solitude was spent with God.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "We will go no place where we cannot take our Master with us. While others take their liberty to sin, We will not renounce our liberty to rebuke and confront them."

We will go no place where we cannot take our Master with us. While others take their liberty to sin, We will not renounce our liberty to rebuke and confront them.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Zeal is more often checked after long years in the same service than when novelty gives a charm to our work."

Zeal is more often checked after long years in the same service than when novelty gives a charm to our work.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "A graceless pastor is a blind man elected to a professorship of optics."

A graceless pastor is a blind man elected to a professorship of optics.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "We may rifle the treasures of antiquity and make the heathen contribute to the gospel even as Hiram of Tyre served under Solomon's direction for the building of the Temple."

We may rifle the treasures of antiquity and make the heathen contribute to the gospel even as Hiram of Tyre served under Solomon's direction for the building of the Temple.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "If we do not touch the heart, we will soon weary the ear."

If we do not touch the heart, we will soon weary the ear.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Because their example is powerful, they're somewhat responsible for the weaklings who copy them."

Because their example is powerful, they're somewhat responsible for the weaklings who copy them.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "There will be no fear of your becoming lethargic if you are continually familiar with internal realities."

There will be no fear of your becoming lethargic if you are continually familiar with internal realities.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Every unearnest minister is an unfaithful one."

Every unearnest minister is an unfaithful one.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "If some talents were withheld, the Withholder knows why. He has done all things well."

If some talents were withheld, the Withholder knows why. He has done all things well.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Many preachers are at home among books but quite at sea among men."

Many preachers are at home among books but quite at sea among men.



Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Lectures To My Students Quotes: "Martin Luther used to say temptation is the best teacher for a minister."

Martin Luther used to say temptation is the best teacher for a minister.