Praise – Charles Haddon Spurgeon/John’s Doxology/Part 18 – His Compassions are Divine

Sometimes, I can come up dry and empty when it comes to writing blog posts. Isn’t it amazing that at those times when we flounder, and can’t seem to get ourselves together, or moving in the right direction, His Compassions toward us are still divine?

“He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart.” ~Psalm 91:4

He lifts me up. He hides me under His wing. God is so good. Praise His Holy Name.

C.H. Spurgeon – John’s Doxology –

“Words are but air and tongues but clay,
But His compassions are divine.”

We want to get out of these fetters, and rise into something better adapted to the emotions of our spirit; I cannot emulate the songsters of Immanuel’s land though I would gladly do so; but as Berridge says

“Strip me of this house of clay,
And I will sing as loud as they.”

Thanks so much for your comments. They fill my life with sunshine.

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