Quotes From "Morning And Evening Based On The English Standard Version" By Charles Haddon Spurgeon

Jesus does not suffer so as to exclude your suffering. He bears a cross, not that you may escape it, but that you may endure it. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
As the sun rises first on mountain-tops and gilds them with his light, and presents one of the most charming sights to the eye of the traveller; so is it one of the most delightful contemplations in the world to mark the glow of the Spirit's light on the head of some saint, who has risen up in spiritual stature. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Socrates used to say, "Philosophers can be happy without music;" and Christians can be happier than philosophers when all outward causes of rejoicing are withdrawn. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Even your little sorrows you may roll upon God, for He counteth the hairs of your head. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Jesus is in the tempest. His love wraps the night about itself as a mantle, but to the eye of faith the sable robe is scarce a disguise. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Winter in the soul is by no means a comfortable season: but there is this comfort, namely, that the Lord makes it. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
If I can bring Him nothing but my tears, He will put them with His own tears in His own bottle for He once wept; if I can bring Christ nothing but my groans and sighs, He will accept these as an acceptable sacrifice, for He once was broken in heart, and sighed heavily in spirit. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
You will find it a stronghold in the day of trial to plead your adoption. You have no rights as a subject, you have forfeited them by your treason; but nothing can forfeit a child's right to a father's protection. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Faith is the angelic messenger between the soul and the Lord Jesus in glory. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
If it pleases Him to bid our patience exercise itself, shall He not do as He wills with His own! Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Will you not this day make it your prayer? "Lord, help me to glorify Thee; I am poor, help me to glorify Thee by contentment; I am sick, help me to give Thee honour by patience; I have talents, help me to extol Thee by spending them for Thee; I have time, Lord, help me to redeem it, that I may serve Thee; I have a heart to feel, Lord, let that heart feel no love but Thine, and glow with no flame but affection for Thee; I have a head to think, Lord, help me to think of Thee and for Thee; Thou hast put me in this world for something, Lord, show me what that is, and help me to work out my life-purpose. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
The Christian knows no change with regard to God. He may be rich to-day and poor to-morrow; he may be sickly to-day and well to-morrow; he may be in happiness to-day, to-morrow he may be distressed-but there is no change with regard to his relationship to God. If He loved me yesterday, He loves me to-day. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Worldlings pray to the Lord in times of need, when it serves their turn. They cry to Him in trouble, but forsake Him in prosperity. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
See, loving heart, how He delights in you. When you lean your head on His bosom, you not only receive, but you give Him joy; when you gaze with love upon His all-glorious face, you not only obtain comfort, but impart delight. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Meditation puts the telescope to the eye, and enables us to see Jesus after a better sort than we could have seen Him if we had lived in the days of His flesh. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
The suppliant, whose fears prevent his words, will be well understood by the Most High. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
We should all know more, live nearer to God, and grow in grace, if we were more alone. Meditation chews the cud and extracts the real nutriment from the mental food gathered elsewhere. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
As artists give themselves to their models, and poets to their classical pursuits, so must we addict ourselves to prayer. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Jesus does not cherish an offense, loving us as well after the offense as before it. Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Never go hungry while the daily bread of grace is on the table of mercy. Charles Haddon Spurgeon