Tag: The clue of the maze

Book Review: Honest Faith by C.H. Spurgeon

Honest Faith: Or, The Clue of the Maze by Charles Haddon Spurgeon My rating: 5 of 5 starsKindle Okay, this is a Spurgeon Day. I just finished Honest Faith today and discovered that I hadn’t posted my review of Around the Wicket Gate. As…

The Clue of the Maze

Finally We have never met with an instance in which a dying man has repented of his faith in God, or of the life which has grown out of it. Death-beds have in myriads of instances been clouded with regrets, but no one has…

The Clue of the Maze

Faith and the End The Lord Jesus has promised to come again, and faith clings to this promise. Sometimes she hopes that it may be so soon fulfilled that death may be avoided; but times and seasons are of small consequence with her, since…

The Clue of the Maze

True, and as great as true If the things which our faith receives be indeed facts, they are tremendously true and demand from our life at its utmost stretch. Revelation deals not with trifles. Let men take heed how they behave themselves amid eternal…

The Clue of the Maze

A Further Help Going to his chamber, the tempted one has bowed his knee, and prayed out of a full heart for all mankind, heartily desiring their welfare, and asking for grace personally to promote it. He has put in a special petition for…

The Clue of the Maze

A Stay-by In times of spiritual conflict, when the truth of the gospel has been called in question, we have known a believing man take his stand at night under the starry vault of heaven, and looking up, he has cried, “My God, I…

The Clue of the Maze

Faith enjoys the eternal Harmonies Trust in the Great Father suggests and fosters delight in all his works. We are out of gear with the universe till we are at peace with God, and then all the creatures enter into a league of amity…

The Clue of the Maze

Faith makes very much of Prayer The believing man resorts to God at all times that he may keep up his fellowship with the divine mind. Prayer is not a soliloquy, but a dialogue; not an introspection, but a looking towards the hills, whence…

The Clue of the Maze

Faith sings Faith’s life is a song. She marches to battle with a psalm. She suffers with a hymn upon her lips. She glorifies God in the fires. She passes out of the world to the music of the Te Deum, and not to…

The Clue of the Maze

Faith waits Unbelief in the heart must-see in every instance an effect following a cause, or else she doubts the cause: faith is in no such hurry. In Nature the more precious operations are slow: the process which produces mushrooms in a night is…