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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 119

TO REV. A. A. REES

CHAPHAM, Dec. 14, 1867.

MY DEAR MR. REES, —

I congratulate you heartily and hope the tar brush will be laid on heavily, it is our reward from this world, what can it give us better?

I like your Rainbow paper amazingly; you and I will be two equal heretics in prophecy one of these days. I am afraid you will lose caste among the prophets.

1867 is nearly over and Dr. Cumming must feel awkward I should think.

How do things go on at Sunderland? Is the Lord with you? We are well spiritually — poor creatures otherwise.

Yours very truly,

C. H. SPURGEON.

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