FLOWERS FROM A PURITAN'S GARDEN SPU603
Meditations and illustrations by C. H. Spurgeon
While commenting upon the One Hundred and Nineteenth Psalm, I was brought into most intimate communion with Thomas Manton, who has discoursed upon that marvellous portion of Scripture with great fulness and power. I have come to know him so well that i could choose him our from among a thousand divines if he were again to put on his portly form, and display among modern men that countenance wherein was a "great mixture of majesty and meekness."
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