Thursday, September 3, 2009

Spurgeon On Gambling

"I can never look upon dice except with abhorrence. If you ask me why; I reply,—
Because the soldiers at the foot of the cross threw dice for my Saviour’s garments,
and I have never heard the rattling of dice but I have conjured up the dreadful scene
of Christ upon his cross, and gamblers at the foot of it, with their dice bespattered
with his blood. I do not hesitate to say that, of all sins, there is none that more surely
damns men, and, worse than that, makes them the devil’s help to damn others, than

Charles Spurgeon

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