Charles Haddon Spurgeon (c.1834-1892)

Higher than we are is He, His mercy higher than our sins, His love higher than our thoughts. It is pitiful to see men putting their trust in something lower than themselves; but our confidence is fixed upon an exceeding high and glorious Lord. A Rock He is since He changes not, and a high Rock, because the tempests which overwhelm us roll far beneath His feet; He is not disturbed by them, but rules them at His will. If we get under the shelter of this lofty Rock we may defy the hurricane; all is calm under the lee of that towering cliff.

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Càirn Globél, a faith-based company, is the developer of the unique digital platform (under construction) the 'kern. Look for the upcoming podcast, 'KERN.

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