Blog Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) New Park Street Pulpit  Share This Post Religion Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) New Park Street Pulpit  By redkudzu_admin on February 18th 2015 No Comments / 134 views I must confess I never would have been saved if I could have helped it. As long as I could, I rebelled and revolted and struggled against God. When he would have me pray, I would not pray. When he would have me listen to the sound of the ministry, I would not. And when I heard, and the tear rolled down my cheek, I wiped it away and defied him to melt my heart. Then he gave me the effectual blow of grace, and there was no resisting that irresistible effort. It conquered my depraved will and made me bow myself before the sceptre of his grace. And so it is in every case. Man revolts against his Saviour, but where God determines to save, save he will. God never was thwarted yet in any one of his purposes. Man does resist with all his might, but all the might of man, tremendous though it be for sin, is not equal to the majestic might of the Most High. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Login with: Continue with Facebook Continue with Google Continue with Twitter Inspiration Share This Post redkudzu_admin The goal of this site is to give information. Whether from national sites or locally in Georgia.