Seeing According to Your Eyes

Charles Spurgeon
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When a dove flies over a landscape it sees the clear streams and the fields of corn, but when a vulture passes over the same landscape what does it see? A dead horse here and there, a carcass, or a piece of carrion. Everybody sees according to his eyes. A graceless, impure-minded man cannot see purity.…
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