Saturday, August 30, 2008

He keeps His promises

for August 30

O, unbelief, how strange a marvel thou art! We know not which most to wonder at, the faithfulness of God or the unbelief of His people.

He keeps His promises a thousand times, and yet the next trial makes them doubt Him. He is never a dry well, a passing meteor, or a melting vapour; and yet some professors are as continually vexed with anxieties, molested with suspicions, and disturbed with fears, as if the promises of God were the mirage of the desert.

[From the original Spurgeon Birthday Book published by Passmore & Alabaster, London.]

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