Thursday, February 4, 2016 ye of all his wondrous works.  Psalms 105:2

Men love to speak of marvels, and others are generally glad to hear of surprising things; surely the believer in the living God has before him the most amazing series of wonders ever heard of or imagined, his themes are inexhaustible and they are such as should hold men spellbound.  We ought to have more of this "talk":  no one would be blamed as a Mr. Talkative if this were his constant theme.  Talk ye, all of you:  you all know something by experience of the marvellous loving kindness of the Lord -- "talk ye."  In this way, by all dwelling on this blessed subject, "all" his wondrous works will be published.  One cannot do it, nor ten thousand times ten thousand, but if all speak to the Lord's honour, they will at least come nearer to accomplishing the deed.  We ought to have a wide range when conversing upon the Lord's doings, and should not shut our eyes to any part of them.  Talk ye of his wondrous works in creation and in grace, in judgment and in mercy, in providential interpositions and in spiritual comforting; leave out none, or it will be to your damage.  Obedience to this verse will give every sanctified tongue some work to do:  the trained musicians can sing, and the commoner voices can talk, and in both ways the Lord will receive a measure of the thanks due to him, and his deeds will be made known among the people.
                                                                                                                                          C. H. Spurgeon

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