Monday, July 22, 2013


From the additional notes to Charles Spurgeon's The Treasury of David, on Psalm 119, verse 82
When wilt thou comfort me? The people of God are sometimes very disconsolate, and need comforting, through the prevalence of sin, the power of Satan's temptations, the hiding of God's face, and a variety of afflictions, when they apply to God for comfort, who only can comfort them, and who has set times to do it; but they are apt to think it long, and inquire, as David here, when it will be. — JohnGill.
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