MRS C H SPURGEON RAY145
MRS C H SPURGEON, RAY, C- The position of a wife of a great man and a popular minister is not only one of rare difficulty but calls for an exercise of unselfishness and self-effacement which is quite contrary to the natural instincts of human nature. Never did woman fulfill the marriage vow more faithfully: in sickness and in health, through good report and evil, she was ever his support. It would be difficult to find anywhere another woman who in spite of adverse circumstances, ill-health and infirmity, did such monumental work for God and man as Susannah Spurgeon. 130 pp.