"Believe that the deepest afflictions are always neighbors to the highest joys. The greatest possible privileges lie close to the darkest trials. The more bitter your sorrow, the louder your song at the end." C.H Spurgeon
— Sarah Walton (@Swalts4) November 4, 2018
— J.R.R. Tolkien (@JRRTolkien) November 1, 2018
If you are not content with what you have, you would not be satisfied if it were doubled.
— Charles Spurgeon (@CHSpurgeon) November 9, 2018
Newton: “The hour is coming when we shall be astonished to think what mere trifles were once capable of discouraging us. When the Lord has put us in possession of the pearl of great price, the gain or loss of a pebble was hardly worth a serious thought.”
— Tony Reinke (@TonyReinke) November 12, 2018