Do Not Be a Loose Stone

Charles Spurgeon
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A stone thrown about from hand to hand is self-contained and independent, but when the mason puts it on the foundation it is dependent. It leans on the cornerstone upon which it is placed. Poor tempted soul, that is just what you have to do. You must not be a loose stone resting on yourself and tossed…
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