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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 90

TO MR. PASSMORE

May 17, 1854.

MY DEAR BROTHER, —

I am extremely obliged to you for your kind present. I find that all the kindness is not in the country, some at least grows in town; and, if nowhere else, it is to be found in a house in Finsbury.

It is sweet to find oneself remembered. I trust the harmony between us may never receive the slightest jar, but continue even in Heaven. We have, I trust, just ‘commenced a new era; and, by God’s blessing, we will strive to make it a glorious one to our Church. Oh, that our hopes may all be realized! I feel assured that your constant prayers are going up fervently to Heaven; let us continue wrestling, and the wished-for blessing must arrive.

With Christian regards to you and Mrs. Passmore,

I am,

Yours most truly,

C. H. SPURGEON.

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