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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 65

WESTWOOD, May 23, 1889.

MY DEAR SON, —

It seemed a long time to be without news of you, but what I have now received is eminently satisfactory as to yourself.

We have had a glorious Conference. Never so good before. All else goes well. I hear glad tidings from Greenwich, except that the church needs you to gather in the converts. You may return without fear of having lost your congregation.

Your dear mother grows weaker and weaker, and looks at times very worn and weary. I was washed out by the Conference, but feel somewhat better now. Had a good time at Surrey and Middlesex at Brentford last Tuesday.

I don’t know what to say to Tom. He has never told me the case, and I really know not how to advise when I am quite in the dark. He is so good that it seems a great pity that there should be disagreement. I will, however, write him.

I trust you will come home strong for labor and sanctified in spirit. The summer has just come to us, and it as hot as one could well desire — a little more so. T. is well. Your family seems to be flourishing. In fact, I think, all is well. God bless you evermore. So prays

Your loving father,

C. H. SPURGEON.

I fear there is not time for this to reach you.

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