Thursday, August 5, 2010


Watchman, what of the night?
-Isaiah xxi 11

...Our heavenly Protector foresees all the attacks which are about to be made upon us, and when as yet the evil designed us is but in the desire of Satan, He prays for us that our faith fail not, when we are sifted as wheat... 

Watchman, what of the night? What weather is coming for the church?... We must care for the Church of God with anxious love; and now that Popery and infidelity are both threatening, let us observe the signs of the times and prepare for conflict.

Watchman, what of the night? What stars are visible? What precious promises suit our present case? You should the alarm, give us the consolation also. Christ, the pole-star, is ever fixed in His place, and all the stars are secure in the right hand of their Lord.

But watchman, when comes the morning?... Has not the morning star arisen as the pledge of day? When will the day dawn, and the shadows flee away? O Jesus, if Thou come not in person to thy waiting Church this day, yet come in Spirit to my sighing heart, and make it sing for joy...
-C.H. Spurgeon

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