The Soul’s Abiding Rest

“It is a vain idea of ours to suppose that if our circumstances were altered we should be more at rest.

My brother, if you cannot rest in poverty, neither would you in riches; if you cannot rest in the midst of persecution, neither would you in the midst of honor. It is the spirit within that gives the rest, that rest has little to do with any thing without.

Men have sat on thrones and have found them uneasy places, while others on the rack have declared that they were at rest. The spirit is the spring of rest, as for the outward surroundings they are of small account.

Let but your mind be like the mind of Christ, and you shall find rest unto your souls: a deep rest, a growing rest, a rest found out more and more, an abiding rest, not only which you have found, but which you shall go on to find.”

~Charles Spurgeon, 1834-1892


“You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on You, because he trusts in You. Trust in the LORD forever, for the LORD God is an everlasting rock.”

~Isaiah 26:3-4 (ESV)

One comment on “The Soul’s Abiding Rest

  1. capeetz says:

    Wow, that is really profound.

    Like

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