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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 118

To [Mr. Barrow, Sen.].

WESTWOOD, Mar. 27, 1889.


You are always kind. In many ways you have helped my work like a prince, and I pray the Lord to trust so good a steward with yet larger supplies. I should have been glad of you as a chairman even without your money — useful as that is; but I would not be guilty of overriding a free horse.

May every blessing rest on you and all your household! When the weather is warmer, I will invite myself to your house on the strength of the kind invitation of your letter.

Most sincere thanks for your promise of £25.

Yours heartily,


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