Eyes Wide Open - Spurgeon on Nature



I cannot say that I sympathize with those people who shut their eyes to the beauties of nature. I have heard of good men traveling through fine scenery, and shutting their eyes for fear they should see. I always open mine as wide as ever I can, because I think I can see God in all the works of his hands, and what God has taken the trouble to make I think I ought to take the trouble to look at.

- Charles Spurgeon

(From a sermon delivered April 28, 1867)



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