The World’s Crucifixion and the Deaths of Rich and Poor

Charles Spurgeon
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I have sometimes thought of the contrast between the poor man’s funeral and the rich man’s funeral. When the poor man dies, his sons and daughters weep with real distress, for the death of the father brings sadness and sympathy into that house. The poor man is to be buried, but it can only be managed…
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