DAILY READINGS by Charles Spurgeon
Bee in Flower
Reassured by the Word of the Lord, the poor trembling citizens of Zion
grew bold, and shook their heads at Sennacherib's boastful threats. Strong faith enables
the servants of God to look with calm contempt upon their most haughty foes. We know that
our enemies are attempting impossibilities. They seek to destroy the eternal life, which
cannot die while Jesus lives; to overthrow the citadel, against which the gates of hell
shall not prevail. They kick against the pricks to their own wounding, and rush upon the
bosses of Jehovah's buckler to their own hurt.
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