The Hand of Grace

If I once wandered on a mountain top, and Jesus climbed up and caught me, and put me on his shoulders, and carried me home, I cannot and dare not doubt that He is my Shepherd. If I had belonged to some other sheep-owner, he would not have sought me. And from the fact that He did seek, I learn that He must be my Shepherd. Could I trace my deliverance to the hand of a creature, I should think that some creature might be my shepherd, but since he who has been reclaimed of God must confess that God alone has “done it, such a one will feel persuaded that the Lord must be his Shepherd, because He brought him, He delivered him. – Charles Spurgeon

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