The Outer Garment and the Character

Charles Spurgeon
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We read in olden times of many of the most eminent servants of God being dressed in the poorest manner. When good Bishop Hooper was led out to be burnt, he had been long in prison, and his clothes were so gone from him that he borrowed an old scholar’s gown, full of rags and holes, that he might put…
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