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Our own tools…

We are, in a certain sense, our own tools, and therefore must keep ourselves in order. Spurgeon, Lectures to My Students, p. 1 Advertisements

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Lath and plaster…

It is delicious to put one’s foot through the lath and plaster of old affectations, to make room for the granite wall of reality. Spurgeon, Lectures to My Students, p. xiv

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In truth alone…

Our standing in doctrinal matters is well known, and we make no profession of latitudinarian charity, yet we find no failure in the number of earnest spirits who rally to our standard, believing that in truth alone, can true freedom … Continue reading

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