Spurgeon PS089

Spurgeon PS089


Here, like a good composer, the poet returns to his key-note, falling back, as it were, into his first state of wondering adoration. What he started with as a proposition in the first verse, he closes with as a well proven conclusion, with a sort of _quod erat demonstrandum_. O for grace to walk worthy of that excellent name which has been named upon us, and which we are pledged to magnify!


Verse 9.–The wanderer in many climes enjoying the sweetness of his Lord’s name in every condition.

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