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Charles Spurgeon’s Letters-Letter 231

GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE

WESTWOOD, 1887.

DEAR FRIEND, —

The Orphanage has a mouth which is for ever swallowing, and if it be not filled it will soon be crying out. This last calamity has never yet fallen upon me, for the Lord has supplied our needs from day to day most graciously. Glory be to His Name.

I am most grateful to you for your generous help….

The Lord recompense you according to His grace.

Now that we have girls as well as boys our expenses are doubled, but our subscriptions axe not increased to so large an extent, and sometimes we feel the water under the good ship to be a little shallow. Still, she floats.

I beg you to continue to remember me in your gifts and prayers.

Yours very heartily,

C. H. SPURGEON.

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