Charles Spurgeon – Miracles brought about by the Mighty God

Charles Spurgeon - Miracles brought about by the Mighty God

“Christ is not only “mighty to save” those who repent, but He is also able to make people repent. He will carry those to heaven who believe; but He is, moreover, mighty to give people new hearts, and to work faith in them. He is mighty to make the one who hates holiness love it, and to constrain the despiser of His name to bend the knee before Him. The life of a believer is a series of miracles brought about by the mighty God.”

- Charles #Spurgeon: Morning By Morning

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One Response to Charles Spurgeon – Miracles brought about by the Mighty God

  1. paul the slave says:

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