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Spurgeon, Charles

To know one’s self to be foolish is to stand upon the door-step of the temple of wisdom; to understand the wrongness of any position is halfway towards amending it; to be quite sure that our self-confidence is sin and folly, and an offense towards God, is a great help towards the absolute casting of our self-confidence away, and the bringing of our souls, in practice as well as in theory, to rely wholly upon the power of God’s Holy Spirit.

Nobody will err about the way to God if he really resolves to follow that way. The Spirit of God will guide those whose hearts are set upon coming to God.

—C. H. Spurgeon

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