Spurgeon's Sermons Volume 11: 1865

Spurgeon's Sermons Volume 11: 1865

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
     
 
HOW VERY UNCERTAIN are all terrestrial things! How foolish would that
believer be who should lay up his treasure anywhere, except in heaven!
Job's prosperity promised as much stability as anything can do beneath
the moon. The man had round about him a large household of, doubtless,
devoted and attached servants. He had accumulated wealth of

Overview

HOW VERY UNCERTAIN are all terrestrial things! How foolish would that
believer be who should lay up his treasure anywhere, except in heaven!
Job's prosperity promised as much stability as anything can do beneath
the moon. The man had round about him a large household of, doubtless,
devoted and attached servants. He had accumulated wealth of a kind
which does not suddenly depreciate in value. He had oxen, and asses,
and cattle. He had not to go to markets, and fairs, and trade with his
goods to procure food and clothing, for he carried on the processes of
agriculture on a very large scale round about his own homestead, and
probably grew within his own territory everything that his
establishment required. His children were numerous enough to promise a
long line of descendants. His prosperity wanted nothing for its
consolidation. It had come to its flood-tide: where was the cause which
could make it ebb?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011918605
Publisher:
New Century Books
Publication date:
11/03/2010
Sold by:
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
55 KB

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