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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 210

TO VARIOUS FRIENDS

To [Dr. Doudney].

MENTONE, January 6, 1892.

DEAR VENERABLE BROTHER, —

I know that a bit of real deep and grateful experience like my grandfather’s is sure to suit you even as it does me. We rejoice to hear from our old friend. The Lord bless thee. You are now enjoying ripe fruit. The Gospel is good when it is green and new to us, but it suits us better and better as our autumn of life mellows our knowledge. We have no inclination to change’ I might almost say “no temptation to alter.” None but Jesus; nothing but grace. Our love to you. I am slowly improving.

Yours heartily,

C. H. SPURGEON.

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