Framed, certificate-sized quotation by Charles H. Spurgeon, the "prince of preachers," on the Puritans excerpted from one of his many sermons. | "In the old Puritanic Times men used to have a scant supply of other literature, but they found a library enough in the one Book, the Bible. And how they did read the Bible! How little of Scripture there is in modern sermons compared with the sermons of those masters of theology, the Puritanic divines! Almost every sentence of theirs seems to cast side lights upon a text of Scripture; not only the one they are preaching about, but many others as well are set in a new light as the discourse proceeds. They introduce blended lights from other passages which are parallel or semi-parallel thereunto, and thus they educate their readers to compare spiritual things with spiritual." | Contact us for other available framing options for the quote.
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