Bunyan Preserved for a Purpose

Charles Spurgeon
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When John Bunyan was a boy, he was so foolhardy that when a snake rose against him, he took it in his hand and plucked the sting out of its mouth, but he was not harmed. It was his turn to stand sentinel at the siege of Nottingham, and as he was going forth, another man offered to take his place. That…
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