Spurgeon: “This is my last resort”


Psalm 141:1 Lord, I call upon you; hasten to me!
Give ear to my voice when I call to you!

Charles H. Spurgeon on prayer:

kneeling_in_prayerThis is my last resort: prayer never fails me. My prayer is painful and feeble, and worthy only to be called a cry; but it is a cry unto Jehovah, and this ennobles it. I have cried unto thee, I still cry to thee, and I always mean to cry to thee. To whom else could I go? What else can I do? Others trust to themselves, but I cry unto thee. The weapon of all prayer is one which the believer may always carry with him, and use in every time of need.

The Treasury of David, Psalm 141

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