Weep for the Winning

Charles Haddon Spurgeon

Our great object of glorifying God is to be mainly achieved by the winning of souls. We must see souls born unto God. If we do not, our cry should be that of Rachel, “Give me children, or I die.” If we do not win souls we should mourn as the husbandman who sees no harvest, as the fisherman who returns to his cottage with an empty net, or the huntsman who has in vain roamed over hill and dale…the ambassadors for peace should not cease to weep bitterly until sinners weep for their sins.


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