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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 174

WORDS OF SYMPATHY

WESTWOOD, May 24, 1884.

DEAR FRIEND, —

May you be sustained under your heavy trial! Now that you and your dear companion are most fully realizing the void which is made in your household, may you find living consolations flowing into your hearts! “It is well,” and faith knows it is so; and worships the Lord from under the cloud. How time has flown! It seems but the other day that you were married; and now you are an old father, bereaved of a daughter. Dear Caleb Higgs, too, is gone home long ago.

We shall meet above before long. Till then, in our Lord’s business we will find solace, and in Himself delight.

Yours ever heartily,

C. H. SPURGEON.

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