Spurgeon: A More Splendid Specimen of Manhood

“I never could believe in the Jesus Christ of some people, for the Christ in whom they believe is simply full of affectionateness and gentleness, whereas I believe there never was a more splendid specimen of manhood, even its sternness, than the Savior; and the very lips which declared that He would not break a bruised reed uttered the most terrible anathemas upon the Pharisees.”

– C.H. Spurgeon

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3 thoughts on “Spurgeon: A More Splendid Specimen of Manhood

  1. Reminds of what we we talked about yesterday….(well, *one* of the things we talked about yesterday, that is.) ๐Ÿ˜‰ Jesus was anything but uninteresting.

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