The Temporary Consolation of Money and Knowledge

Charles Spurgeon
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A man goes to work to make money, and after toiling hard for it he gets it and it is a consolation to him. But it is not an everlasting consolation, for he may spend or he may lose all his money. He may invest it in some company (limited or unlimited) and very soon find it vanish or he may be compelled…
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