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Word to the Weary

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Word to the Weary by William S. Plumer is a wonderful and insightful book that offers encouragement and strength to those who may be feeling tired and burdened. Plumer's words are both uplifting and comforting, providing readers with a sense of hope and peace in the midst of life's challenges.

The author draws upon biblical teachings and personal anecdotes to deliver his message of perseverance and faith. His writing style is engaging and easy to follow, making the book accessible to readers of all ages and backgrounds. Plumer's wisdom and empathy shine through on every page, reminding readers that they are never alone in their struggles.

I especially appreciated the practical advice and tips that Plumer offers for finding rest and renewal in the midst of a busy and demanding world. His words of wisdom have truly made a difference in my own life, and I have no doubt that they will do the same for many others who pick up this book.

Overall, Word to the Weary is a powerful and inspiring read that will resonate with anyone who has ever felt exhausted and overwhelmed. I highly recommend it to anyone in need of a little extra encouragement and support.

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Sin and sorrow are twin sisters. They were born the same day. They have grown up together. It is as idle to say that there is no misery as to assert that there is no wickedness in the world. Some men seem to be uniformly prosperous. They appear to have but few trials. They have more than heart can wish. They are receiving their good things in this life. They are the abhorred of the Lord. Their eternity will be rueful. Yet even they have their seasons of weariness. And the mass of men have many and palpable sorrows. This is always true of the godly in this life: "Many are the afflictions of the righteous." "Whom the Lord loveth he chasteneth, and scourgeth every son whom he receiveth." The tears of God's people often flow, day and night. Waters of a full cup are wrung out to them. Oh, the weariness of good men! It has many causes. - Summary by William S. Plumer


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