Spurgeon and Ravi…

Old Spurgeon said something that sounded a lot like Ravi Zacharias. Maybe he said it once, too, and it’s no less true…

“How calm, how resigned, sometimes how triumphant, how ecstatic, is the frame of mind of the departing believer! I never heard one of them regret that he was a Christian. In times when men sift what they have done and believed, and when they tell no lies—for the naked truth comes up before them—I have heard them glory in belonging to Christ and in resting in him; but I have never heard them regret that they did so.” —C. H. Spurgeon

Thank you, Lord for Ravi. Glory.