A Note from Rev. Spurgeon on the Blessed man.

As I was preparing for Friday’s episode on Psalm 1:6 I came across this comment by Charles Spurgeon. It is from The Treasury of David.

“He is constantly looking on their way, and though it may be often in mist and darkness, yet the Lord knows it. If it is in the clouds and tempest of affliction, He understands it. He numbers the hairs of our head; He will not suffer any evil to befall us. He knoweth the way that I take: when He hath tried me, I shall come forth as gold. [see Job 23:10]”

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