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Christ: Trophies of His Power

Spurgeon's Illustration Collection

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Before many a Popish shrine on the Continent one sees exhibited a great variety of crutches, together with wax models of arms, legs, and other limbs. These are supposed to represent the cures wrought by devotion at that altar; the memorials of the healing power of the saint. Poor miserable superstition all of it, and yet what a reminder to the believer in Jesus as to his duty and his privilege! Having pleaded at the feet of Jesus, we have found salvation; have we remembered to record this wonder of his hand? If we hung up memorials of all his matchless grace, what crutches, and bandages, and trophies of every sort should we pile together! Temper subdued, pride humbled, unbelief slain, sin cast down, sloth ashamed, carelessness rebuked. The cross has healed all manner of diseases, and its honors should be proclaimed with every rising and setting sun.

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Spurgeon, Charles. Entry for 'Christ: Trophies of His Power'. Spurgeon's Illustration Collection. https://www.studylight.org/​dictionaries/​eng/​fff/​c/christ-trophies-of-his-power.html. 1870.
 
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