God Present at a Martyr’s Death

Charles Spurgeon
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I remember reading, in Foxe’s Book of Martyrs, the story of a man of God who was bound to a stake to die for Christ. There he was, calm and quiet, till his legs had been burned away, and the bystanders looked to see his helpless body drop from the chains. He was black as coal, and not a feature could…
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