Misty Lakes and the Fear of Death

Charles Spurgeon
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When traveling among the Alps in a dense mist, we have seemed to see vast lakes without a shore, crags that appeared like the battlements of heaven, and awful depths that thrilled us with horror. Yet much of that mystery was only caused by the mist. When we journeyed the same way on a bright morning,…
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