Fellowship With Christ

What the sun is to the day, what the moon is to the night, what the dew is to the flower, such is Jesus Christ to us. What bread is to the hungry, clothes to the naked, the shadow of a great rock to the traveler in a weary land, such is Jesus Christ to us.

What the turtle is to her mate, what the husband is to his spouse, what the head is to the body, such is Jesus Christ to us; and therefore, if we have him not, nay, if we are not consciously one with him, little marvel if our spirit cries in the words of the Song, “I charge you, O ye daughters of Jerusalem, if ye find my beloved, tell him that I am sick of love.”

If there is one heart here that says, “Give me Christ,” you shall have your desire. Trust Jesus Christ and He is yours. Rely upon Him. You are His. God save you and make you sick of vanities, sick after verities—pining even unto sickness for Jesus Christ, the Beloved of my soul, the sum of all my hope, the sinner’s only Refuge and the praise of all His saints, to whom be everlasting glory. Amen.

(Taken From Heavenly Lovesickness NOVEMBER 8, 1863, BY C.H. SPURGEON) [Pictures Mine]

What the sun is to the day,
what the moon is to the night,
what the dew is to the flower,
such is Jesus Christ to us.
What bread is to the hungry,
clothes to the naked,
the shadow of a great rock to
the traveler in a weary land,
such is Jesus Christ to us.

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