• “Viewed in relation to the creature, everything is dark — viewed in relation to God, everything is light.” – Madame Guyon

The Life of Susannah Spurgeon by Charles Ray

PREFACE

It has been felt that a short biography of Mrs. C. H. Spurgeon would be appreciated by the many thousands who have received help through her Book Fund, and its auxiliary branches, and by the still greater number of persons who have been incited to increased efforts in the service of Christ through her inspiring efforts in the service of Christ through her inspiring example. Mrs Spurgeon was indeed a wonderful woman, and if this little book arouses interest in the Book Fund where hitherto its unique work was unknown, and encourages invalid Christians and others to take up some work for their Master by showing them the power of the weakest, it will have achieved its purpose.

Charles Ray

Forest Gate,

Essex,

November 1903

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  • “Is it possible that you can trust your fellow men…that you can commit your dearest earthly interests to your weak, failing fellow creatures without a fear, and are afraid to commit your spiritual interests to the Saviour who laid down His life for you, and of whom it is declared that He is “able to save to the uttermost all who come unto God by Him”? – Hannah Whitall Smith

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The Lord your God in your midst, The Mighty One, will save; He will rejoice over you with gladness, He will quiet you with His love, He will rejoice over you with singing.” — Zephaniah 3:17 (NKJV)

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