Spurgeon: He who has been with God in the closet will find God with him in the furnace.


Charles H. Spurgeon on Psalm 119:145-152

This section is given up to memories of prayer. The Psalmist describes the time and the manner of his devotions, and pleads with God for deliverance from his troubles. He who has been with God in the closet will find God with him in the furnace. If we have cried we shall be answered. Delayed answers may drive us to importunity; but we need not fear the ultimate result, since God’s promises are not uncertain, but are founded for ever. The whole passage shows us:

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