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Then she thought it was all over with him ; but God had designs of love towards him, and now he had sat down at the Lord's table with her. He said : — " 1 was employed in driving a horse and van ; 1 never thought of going to any place of worship, and I do not think, anybody ever said a word to me about God or Christ until one day when I was crossing over London Bridge when, suddenly, a man jumped up, and climbed into the back of my cart.

He gave the name and address of his wife, in the North of England ; she was written to, and his fare was paid home ; and, after he had gone back, a letter came from the good woman, saying that she had been a member with the Wesleyan Methodists, and had been long praying for her husband, who had been an awful reprobate, and had at last run away from home. At another time, a man came to join the church ; and, according to our usual custom, he was asked how he had become converted, when he told us the following story.

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-So I promised, and as I always boasted that I kept my word, I came to hear you, though I was precious sorry that I had promised to do so.

Before he left me, he made me promise that I would go to hear you, sir.

Then he became communicative, and it appeared that he had left his wife for four or five months, and had been living a lite of dissipation, sin, and poverty. 4I She did not know what to say, her heart was so full of gratitude to God, and to the dear friends who had been the means of bringing her husband to the Saviour.

He went to one of the Bible-classes in the afternoon ; and, in the evening, they brought him again to the Tabernacle, and it pleased God to touch the poor man's heart, and bring him to a knowledge of himself and his Saviour.

Sitting, on one occasion, to see enquirers, I should think that there were as many as twelve out of the twenty-three whose convictions of sin were not distinctly marked with the terrors of the law. " that set me seekin in while they are colts, they get used to their work, it becomes a delight to them, and thev would not be happy unless they had something to do tor the Lord Jesus, 1 remember having a considerable share of sneers, and rebukes not a I'ttw.

Among the many thousands of souls who have been brought to know the Lord under my instrumentality, I have often noticed that a considerable proportion of these, and of the best members of our church, too, were won to the Saviour, not by legal terrors, but by gentler means.

As the second friend met the man who had received the tract, he heard him say, with an oath, "What is the use of giving me this tract? " He said to his fellow- labourer, on reaching him, "Did you hear what that man said?

I have been delighted as I have noticed the earnest efforts of many of my church-members in seeking to bring sinners to the Tabernacle to hear the gospel. One morning, one of them was giving a tract to a person as the other was crossing over to join him, to communicate with him on some subject.

SPURGEON COMPILED FROM HIS DIARY, LETTERS, AND RECORDS BY HIS WIFE AND HIS PRIVATE SECRETARY 'The law of truth was in his mouth, and iniquity was not fomid in his lips; he walked with Me in peace and egiiity, and did turn many away from iniquity! Another case which I remember was that of a man of excellent character, well beloved by his family, and esteemed by his neighbours, who was for twenty years enveloped in unutterable gloom.

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