Charles Spurgeon – The Glory is God’s

27 Aug

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“It is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves.” [Psalm 100:3b] Shall not the creature reverence its Maker? Some men live as if they made themselves; they call themselves “self-made men,” and they adore their supposed creators; but Christians recognise the origin of their being and their well-being, and take no honour to themselves either for being, or for being what they are. Neither in our first or second creation dare we put so much as a finger upon the glory, for it is the sole right and property of the Almighty.

~Charles Spurgeon~


The Treasury of David Vol. 2 (Peabody, Maryland; The Hendrikson Publisher; 1988) p. 234 – Commentary on Psalm 100.

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