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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 45

Undated.

VERY DEAR BROTHER, —

May the Lord be very remarkably with you, and indeed with all the friends to-night. I feel a sweet repose of mind in what is being done, feeling, indeed, that my being cast into the deep sleep of inaction is a most profitable process, since I perceive that a helpmeet is being found for me. What I might have wished for in vain, all being well, comes to me most evidently from heaven, all being better than well.

Now do not come to see me to-morrow, but rest as much as you can. You must not knock up, or two cripples will be worse than one.

Better, but broken-backed, and broken-kneed. No dealer would buy me except for cats’ meat, and I’m not worth so much for that as I was, for I am many pounds lighter.

My warmest love abides with you.

Your own brother,

CHARLES

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