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Lectures to My Students

Charles Haddon Spurgeon

Top 10 Best Quotes

“It would be better to be deceived a hundred times than to live a life of suspicion.”

“It is the tendency of deep feeling to subdue the manner rather than to render it too energetic.”

“Your own opinion of your state is not worth much. Ask the Lord to search you.”

“Speech is silver, but silence is golden when hearers are inattentive.”

“Many preachers are at home among books but quite at sea among men.”

“It is foolish to be lavish in words and niggardly in truth.”

“Heart language is logic set on fire.”

“Throw away the servility of imitation, and rise to the manliness of originality.”

“A vigorous temper is not altogether an evil. Men who are as easy as an old shoe are generally of as lttle worth .”

“A student will find that he is more affected by one book which he has truly mastered than by 20 books which he has merely skimmed.”

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