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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 148


MENTONE, January 9, ‘92.


I cannot write letters, but I can manage to sign a check. It is with much pleasure that I send you this £50, and I wish you might not have need of any more, though I see you will. Yours is a long task, and I wish I had a long purse with which to help you; but wishing will not bring it.

Doctor says I hold my own. In this broken weather it is all I can expect, and more.

I am truly grieved that you have so much family affliction. What fine clusters our Vine-dresser will get from so much pruning! Is it not a happy thing to live to see some of you, who were my young lads, becoming such truly great fathers in Israel, with your faithful churches around you?

I must think about Conference when I am better able to think of it. Suggestions can wait awhile.

God bless you!

Yours ever heartily,


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