Morning and Evening, Based on the English Standard Version by Charles Haddon SpurgeonFor over one hundred years, Christians have gotten up and gone to bed with Charles Spurgeons devotional Morning and Evening as a companion. With a reading to begin and end each day throughout the year, you will come to appreciate Spurgeons emphasis on the importance of abiding in Christ and meditating on Gods Word. His wisdom and counsel provide a timeless guide through the trials and triumphs of the year. The richness of his biblical understanding offers readers a look into the heart of one of Englands foremost pastors and enduring Christian authors.
His lasting message is even more accessible with Alistair Beggs careful modernizing of Spurgeons English. Begg, who has a deep love for Spurgeons preaching and especially for this work, has maintained Spurgeons clear passion and commitment to Christ. Using the English Standard Version as the scriptural text provides an accurate, understandable accompaniment to Spurgeons lessons.
This updated version of a devotional classic is a timely and much-needed encouragement for todays Christian.
Morning and Evening is an excellent daily devotional written by Charles Spurgeon. This app makes it very easy to keep up with reading it every day, even when you're on the go! This app has and always will be free. It is ad-supported to pay for the fees of keeping it in the App Store. As a husband and new father, I am very grateful to God for those who support the app by using it with ads and for those who support it by paying to remove the ads.
Ezra For I was ashamed to require of the king a band of soldiers and horsemen to help us against the enemy in the way: because we had spoken unto the king, saying, The hand of our God is upon all them for good that seek Him; but His power and His wrath is against all them that forsake Him. A convoy on many accounts would have been desirable for the pilgrim band, but a holy shame-facedness would not allow Ezra to seek one. He feared lest the heathen king should think his professions of faith in God to be mere hypocrisy, or imagine that the God of Israel was not able to preserve His own worshippers. He could not bring his mind to lean on an arm of flesh in a matter so evidently of the Lord, and therefore the caravan set out with no visible protection, guarded by Him who is the sword and shield of His people. It is to be feared that few believers feel this holy jealousy for God; even those who in a measure walk by faith, occasionally mar the lustre of their life by craving aid from man.
Charles Spurgeon Morning and Evening Daily Devotional
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