Spurgeon Swaggers

“O Jehovah, my heart is not proud, nor have my eyes been lofty; nor have I walked in great things, nor in things too wondrous for me” (Psalm 131:1).

Here is C.H. Spurgeon (the whorish and promiscuous mother of many tolerant Calvinist harlots) exhibiting an attitude which is the VERY ANTITHESIS of the believing Psalmist:


Spurgeon swallows an idolatrous contradiction of his own making. With a proud chest Spurgeon simultaneously swaggers, staggers, and stoops. He boasts beneath his paradoxical burden and is weary. A mute stone overlaid with gold and silver he does carry.

“Woe to him who says to the wood, Awake! To a mute stone, Rise up, it shall teach! Behold, it is overlaid with gold and silver, but no breath is in its midst. But Jehovah is in His holy temple; let all the earth be silent before Him” (Habakkuk 2:19-20).

After reading the linked article above, consider whether or not Spurgeon (and those who would dare align themselves with his idolatrous idiocy) took the Holy Spirit-inspired words of Habakkuk to heart.