Chipping Away at Sin Like a Sculptor Chipping Away at Marble

Charles Spurgeon
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I have heard it said that the good sculptor, whenever he sees a suitable block of marble, firmly believes that there is a statue concealed within it. His business is but to take away the superfluous material, and so unveil the “thing of beauty” which shall be “a joy forever.” Believer, you are that block…
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