Saturday, September 18, 2010

Quote of the Day #15 - Charles Spurgeon

Charles Spurgeon on angry thoughts:
When I have a hasty thought against a man and wish him out of the world, I have killed him in thought, and even though I may disguise the wish under the expression of wishing him in heaven, there is guilt in the desire. Oh the hard, cruel, black thoughts which men have towards one another, when they are angry; why they kill and slay a thousand times over. These hasty sins are soon forgotten by us, but they are not so soon forgotten by God.
~Charles Spurgeon (713.544)

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