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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 173

WORDS OF SYMPATHY

To [Mrs. Higgs].

WESTWOOD, January 6, 1883.

DEAR MRS. HIGGS, —

L____ and G____ have now told me all about our dear one’s death. The Lord has dealt well with him. I wonder how he lived so long to cheer us all: and I feel relieved that he lived no longer, for it would have been great anguish to him. He has gone at the right time. The Lord will be your comfort and help. I meant to go to you this morning, but I found my foot would not let me go up and down steps. It is a double pain to be kept from you and your sorrowing family …. We shall all meet again Let us bless God. Can we?

Your loving friend,

C. H. SPURGEON.

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