Spurgeon Liked To “S.W.I.M.,” Too

February 7, 2009 at 2:50 pm | Posted in Luke, Quotes | 3 Comments
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Let your intellect be exercised concerning the Lord Jesus.  Meditate upon what you read; stop not at the surface; dive into the depths.  Be not as the swallow which toucheth the brook with her wing, but as the fish which penetrates the lowest wave.

Charles H. Spugeon on Luke 2:19

Those who have believed on Christ Jesus in their heart, and who have called upon the name of the Lord, must dive into God’s Word and learn to “see what it means” (S.W.I.M.). In His Word you will find reasons to be grateful, and promises and comfort for the coming storms.

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