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'It is not after the storm has arisen, or the telegraph has reported that his ship has struck, that the merchant runs to insure his goods. He effects the insurance while the sun is shining and the air calm; he effects the insurance before the ship has cleared from the dock, or at all events before the ship has left the river. Go and do likewise, living, but dying men! Now is the accepted time; to-day, according to the true testimony of his adversaries, 'This man receiveth sinners.' God with us is waiting; still his terms are, 'Whosoever will.' To-day you may enter into life; tomorrow the door may be shut.'

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Spurgeon, Charles. Entry for 'to-Day'. Charles Spurgeon's Illustration Collection. 1870.

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