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Quotes of Author: Arnold-dallimore

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[It was said of Charles Spurgeon that] His public prayers were an inspiration and benediction, but his prayers with the family were to me more wonderful still… Mr. Spurgeon, when bowed before God in family prayer, appeared a grander man even than when holding thousands spellbound by his oratory.

[It was said of Charles Spurgeon that] His public prayers were an inspiration and benediction, but his prayers with the family were to me more wonderful still… Mr. Spurgeon, when bowed before God in family prayer, appeared a grander man even than when holding thousands spellbound by his oratory.

Reference:   Spurgeon: A New Biography, 1985, 178-179, by permission Banner of Truth, Carlisle PA.