Thanks to Mike and Nancy Sleigher for their warm welcome and delicious snacks! What a blessed time we had together as we discussed Charles Spurgeon’s sermon “A Lecture for Little Faith”. As a way of reminiscing here is a portion we didn’t get to discuss Thursday evening:
” I once was full of virtue and then I did not trust in myself, and now I have none still do I trust in my Saviour, for change as I may, he changeth not. If I had to depend on myself in the least degree then it would be up and down, up and down, but since I rely on what Christ has done, since he is the unbuttressed pillar of my hope, then come what may my soul doth rest secure, confident in faith.”
Below are some questions to consider for our next time together as we look at chapter one of Trusting God, Oct. 15, at the McCormicks:
What do these verses say about our privilege of knowing God?
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