The bags will come to an end, long before the treasure is exhausted!

The bags will come to an end, long before the treasure is exhausted!  
 
(Charles Spurgeon)
 
"If a wealthy and mighty king should open his treasure, and bid men come and bring their bags, and take as much as they would — do you think they would neglect this occasion of gain? Surely not! They would run and fetch bag after bag, and never cease. Thus does the Lord act toward us with His grace."
 
He makes over all His fullness to His people, and says, "All is yours!" We are not straitened in Him. The bags will come to an end, long before the treasure is exhausted!
 

Let us come, then, to the throne of grace with enlarged desires and widened expectations! The Lord does not stint us — why should we put ourselves upon scanty fare? He says, "Eat and drink, yes, drink abundantly, O beloved!" Why, then, do we sit at the table and starve, or rise from it hungry? Let us by faith, drink of the abundance of the sea of grace, and partake largely of the hidden treasure which the Lord has laid up for us!

"Let us then approach the throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need!" Hebrews 4:16