Do Not Blame the Sun for the Smell of a Dunghill

Charles Spurgeon
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To the unclean and unbelieving, holy things will always be impure. You might as well forbid the sun to shine because, when its beams fall upon a dunghill, it brings forth unwholesome reeking. Yes, but that same sun, when it falls upon the flowers, makes them shed their aromatic perfume on every hand.…
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