Spurgeon quotes in D.L. Moody's Bibles:

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(Genesis 1:4) No sooner is there a good thing in the world than a division is necessary. Light and darkness have no communion; God has divided them, let us not confound them. Sons of light must not have fellowship with deeds, doctrines, or deceits of darkness. The children of the day must be sober, honest, and bold in their Lord's work, leaving the works of darkness to those who shall dwell in it forever. We should by our distinct separation from the world divide the light from the darkness. In judgment, in action, in hearing, in teaching, in association, we must discern between the precious and the vile, and maintain the great distinction which the Lord made upon the world's first day. O Lord Jesus, be thou our light throughout the whole of this day, for thy light is the light of men. 

(Genesis 7:11) The love of God is to be seen in providence but if you want to know when the great deep of God's love was broken up and arose in the fullness of its strength to prevail over all, if you would see it revealed in a deluge like Noah's flood, you must wait till you see Jesus at Bethlehem and crucified on Calvary.

(located at Genesis 15 and16)     When no eye seeth you except the eye of God, when darkness covers you, when you are shut up from the observation of mortals, even then be ye like Jesus Christ. Remember His ardent piety, His secret devotion — how, after laboriously preaching the whole day, He stole away in the midnight shades to cry for help from His God. Recollect how His entire life was constantly sustained by fresh inspirations of the Holy Spirit, derived by prayer. Take care of your secret life; let it be such that you will not be ashamed to read it at the last great day.

(located in Exodus 3) FAITH

    Faith rides a whirlwind, but it threads a needle, it climbs up to the throne of God and yet it stands by a baby's cradle.

    It can obtain the promises, but it can sit down and twist bulrushes, and boil bitumen and stir a tar pot to pitch a little Ark, within and without - with pitch if necessary.

   There is nothing faith cannot make noble when it touches it.

   You need not say I want to get away from my daily business, or from my domestic concerns in order to shew my faith, no, no, stop where you are and shew it.

 Isaiah 53 comments are long. Linked here => Isaiah 53

THE BOW OF PRAYER (located between Old and New Testaments)

   I have more faith in Prayer than in Police or Prisons. In any time of national need, the men that save a nation are the men of prayer.

   From a humble cottage in the Western Highlands, there may go up to God a cry that shall come down upon the Prime Minister and direct his thoughts.

   Queen Mary used to say when she wanted to bring Popery back to Scotland that she was more afraid of John Knoxes' prayers than of all the armies that the Scottish Lords could get together.

   When men overlook prayer they overlook the greatest factors in human affairs.

   The mystic rod of God is in the hands of many a Moses still among us —a rod which brings victory to Israel and defeat to Amalek.

   The strength of the Church lies not in the oratory of the pulpit, but in the oratory of the Closet.

   That Church of God that shall do most for the world, is the Church that shall be most with God.

   He that giveth up his soul to God that God may write His will upon his life - is the mighty man.

   The man who has the will of God wrought in him by the Holy Ghost and can work it out into fervent prayer, is the man who, through Princes and Potentates know it not, sits nearer to the helm of affairs than they can reach. 

(Matt. 5:14) Lamps do not talk, but they do shine. A lighthouse sound no drum, it beats no gong; and yet far over the waters its friendly spark is seen by the mariner. So let you actions shine out your religion. Let the main sermon of your life be illustrated by all your conduct.

(Matt. 21:19) The first Adam came to the fig tree for leaves, the second Adam looks for fruit. 


(Luke 1:32) Jesus is such a one that no oratory can ever reach the height of His glory.

    We have been greatly pardoned, through a great sacrifice, and are journeying through the wilderness toward Canaan and we have great wants and many.

    We are poverty itself, and only all-sufficiency can supply us, but that is found in Jesus. 

    We need great abundance of food, the heavenly bread lies around about the camp and each may fill his omer.

    The Smitten Rock yields us a ceaseless flood; the out flow never ceases.

    We have great demands, Christ has great supplies. The commissariat of the eternal is absolutely perfect.

    Do you feel thirsty for grace? More than a river can hold is given you. Drink abundantly for Christ has prepared you a bottomless sea of grace to fill you with all the fullness of God. Emil - not the Holy one of Israel.

   Be great in your experience of His all-sufficiency.  

(Luke 22:60-61) "I like to think of the singular combination, the crowing of the cock and a look from the Lord. As the Master's look went with the cock's crow, so I trust it will go with my feeble preaching. The next time you - go out to try and win a soul for Jesus, say to yourself I cannot do it, but yet the Lord may use me crow away poor bird if Jesus looks whilst thou art crowing thou would not crow in vain but Peter's heart will break. The two things are joined together and let no man put them asunder. The common place instrumentally and the divine worker.
v.61 Jesus always has an eye for His people whether He be in His shame or in His glory. The Lord's look on Peter took effect because Peter was looking to the Lord."

(posted at Romans 14) Peace is the flowing of the brook, but joy is the dashing of the cataract when the brook is filled, bursts its banks, and rushes down the rocks.

(2 Peter 3:18) To Him be glory both now and for ever.

   Heaven will be full of the ceaseless praises of Jesus. Eternity! thine unnumbered years shall speed their everlasting course, but for ever and for ever "to Him be glory." Never shall His praises cease. That which was bought with blood deserves to last while immortality endures. The glory of the cross must never be eclipsed; the lustre of the grave and of the resurrection must never be dimmed. O Jesus! Thou shalt be praised for ever. Long as immortal spirits live—long as the Father's throne endures—for ever, for ever, unto thee shall be glory. Believer, you are anticipating the time when you shall join the saints above in ascribing all glory to Jesus; but are you glorifying Him now? The apostle's words are, "To Him be glory both now and for ever."

(located in 1 John 4)     It is a sweet thought that Jesus Christ did not come forth without His Father's permission, authority, consent, and assistance. He was sent of the Father that He might be the Saviour of men . . . Didst thou ever consider the depth of love in the heart of Jehovah, when God the Father equipped His Son for the great enterprise of mercy? If not, be this thy day's meditation. The Father sent Him! Contemplate that subject. Think how Jesus works what the Father wills. In the wounds of the dying Saviour see the love of the great I AM. Let every thought of Jesus be also connected with the Eternal, ever-blessed God.