Some Are Naturally Safe Harbors and Nurses for the Soul

Charles Spurgeon
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Along the coast, in certain places, there are no harbors. But in other spots, there are bays into which vessels run at once in the time of storm. Some men present an open natural harborage for people in distress. You love them instinctively, and trust them unreservedly. They, on their part, welcome your…
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