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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 50

Undated.

How I love you! I long to see you; and yet it is but half-an-hour since I left you. Comfort yourself in my absence by the thought that my heart is with you. My own gracious God bless you in all things, — in heart, in feeling, in life, in death, in Heaven! May your virtues be perfected, your prospects realized, your zeal continued, your love to Him increased, and your knowledge of Him rendered deeper, higher, broader — ‘m fact, may more than even my heart can wish, or my hope anticipate, be yours for ever May we be mutual blessings ; — wherein I shall err, you will pardon; and wherein you may mistake, I will more than overlook.

Yours till Heaven, and then, —

C. H. S.

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