Quotemeal: Dec. 13th, 2006

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

"If we would learn from our prosperity, we would not need so much adversity."
— Charles H. Spurgeon

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Illustration of Charles H. Spurgeon — "If we would learn from our prosperity, we would not need so much adversity."

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