Jewelled bolts of gratitude…

Let us look back upon the whole of our past lives at this hour with a careful, leisurely glance, and see whether there is not enough in our diaries to condemn our doubts and bury our cares, or at least to shut up our anxieties in a cage made of the golden bars of past mercy, and fastened in with jewelled bolts of gratitude.

Charles Spurgeon, Metropolitan Tabernacle Sermons, XXXI, 1822

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