Can we forget such mighty grace?

Spurgeon's book, "The Saint and His Savior"

Experience of the love, tenderness, and faithfulness
of our Lord Jesus Christ will weld our hearts to him.

The very thought of the love of Jesus towards us is
enough to inflame our holy passions, but experience
of it heats the furnace seven times hotter.

He has been with us in our trials, cheering and
consoling us, sympathizing with every groan, and
regarding every tear with affectionate compassion.
Do we not love him for this?

He has befriended us in every time of need, so
bounteously supplying all our needs out of the
riches of his fullness, that he has not allowed us
to lack any good thing. Shall we be
unmindful of such unwearying care?

He has helped us in every difficulty, furnishing us
with strength equal to our day; he has leveled the
mountains before us, and filled up the valleys; he has
made rough places plain, and crooked things straight.
Do we not love him for this also?

In all our doubts he has directed us in the path of
wisdom, and led us in the way of knowledge. He
has not allowed us to wander; he has led us by a
right way through the pathless wilderness.
Shall we not praise him for his.

He has repelled our enemies, covered our heads in
the day of baffle, broken the teeth of the oppressor,
and made us more than conquerors.

Can we forget such mighty grace?

In no single instance has he failed us.

He has never been unkind, unmindful, or unwise.

The harshest strokes of his providence have
been as full of love as the softest embraces
of his condescending fellowship.

We cannot, we dare not find fault with him.
He has done all things well.