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The Pearl of the Psalms: Spurgeon on Psalm 23

Psalm 23 is undoubtedly one of the most well-known passages in Scripture.  It adorns walls in faithful churches and fills frames in Christian homes.  David’s song is portrayed in non-religious circles too, making appearances in many secular movies and other entertainment mediums.  Though not often recited in its entirety, few are unfamiliar with the famous “valley of the shadow of death.” The noteworthiness of Psalm 23 was not lost on Spurgeon. 
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Psalm 23 is undoubtedly one of the most well-known passages in Scripture.  It adorns walls in faithful churches and fills frames in Christian homes.  David’s song is portrayed in non-religious circles too, making appearances in many secular movies and other entertainment mediums.  Though not often recited in its entirety, few are unfamiliar with the famous …

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Charles Spurgeon never ceased to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ throughout his ministry. At the center of this gospel message was the doctrinal and experiential understanding of union with Christ. For the Prince of Preachers, union with Christ was the lifeblood of the trinitarian work of salvation. He proclaimed, “The first cause of your union …

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