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13 Spurgeon Quotes on Calling

“Am I called?” This question has lingered in the mind of every man called by God to pastoral ministry. For Charles Haddon Spurgeon, taking up the call to ministry required wisdom, discernment, and a sincere seriousness. In honour of Spurgeon's legacy, here are thirteen quote on calling from the "Prince of Preachers."

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13 Spurgeon Quotes on Calling

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