From Spurgeon’s, “Man’s ruin and God’s remedy”

See him– The hand that poises the world hangs on a nail.

See him– The shoulders that supported the skies
are drooping over the cross.

Look at him– The eyes whose glances light up the sun
are sealed in darkness.

Look at him– The feet that trod the billows and that shaped
the spheres are nailed with rude iron to the accursed tree.

Go see his hands; they are weak, but in their
weakness they are stretched out to save you.

Come view his heart– it is torn,
but in its cleft you may hide yourself.

Look at his eyes– they are closing in death, but from them
comes the ray of light that shall kindle your dark spirit.


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