An honest, heart-felt preference of better things
A devil at home!
(Charles Spurgeon, sermon #2362)
The way in which a man lives in his home is vital. It
will not do to be a saint abroad--and a devil
There are some of that kind. They are wonderfully sweet
at a prayer meeting, but they are dreadfully sour to their
wives and children. This will never do! Every genuine
believer should say, and mean it, 'I will walk within my
house with a perfect heart.' It is in the home that
we get the truest proof of godliness!
'What sort of a man is he?' said one to George Whitefield;
and Whitefield answered, 'I cannot say, for I never lived
with him.' That is the way to test a man--to live with him.