This mornings devotion by C.H. Spurgeon

Purity of Heart and Life
“Blessed are the are pure in heart: for they shall see God”   (Matthew 5:8).

Purity, even purity of heart, is the main thing to be aimed at. We need to be made clean within through the Spirit and the Word, and then we shall be clean without by consecration and obedience. There is a close connection between the affections and the understanding: if we love evil we cannot understand that which is good. If the heart is foul, the eye will be dim. How can those men see a holy God who love unholy things?

What a privilege it is to see God here! A glimpse of Him is heaven below! In Christ Jesus the pure in heart behold the Father. We see Him, His truth, His love, His purpose, His sovereignty, His covenant character, yea, we see Himself in Christ. But this is only apprehended as sin is kept out of the heart. Only those who aim at godliness can cry, “Mine eyes are ever towards the LORD.” The desire of Moses, “I beseech thee, show me thy glory,” can only be fulfilled in us as we purify ourselves from all iniquity. We shall “see him as he is,” and “every one that hath this hope in him purifieth himself.” The enjoyment of present fellowship and the hope of the beatific vision are urgent motives for purity of heart and life. LORD, make us pure in heart that we may see Thee!

Faith’s Checkbook, by C.H. Spurgeon


One comment

  1. Aloh · January 2, 2013

    If it’s 60% then it’s obviously rceeclyd scrap jewellery from 9 & 18 Carat. I can do it too? Sure, I’ll just have to start a scrap gold buying company and put up €60,000 and give up my €4,000 a month net wage. But them with the same money I could just buy slightly more than 1,500 SAEs. Then I can keep working the job but every time the SAEs climb by a euro (in 26 weeks it’s done this 17 times) I gain €1,500. I could live with that!

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