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Reading a Will in Two Ways

Charles Spurgeon
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You begin to read a will, but you do not find it interesting. It is full of words and terms that you do not take the trouble to understand because they have no relation to yourself. But if you should, in reading that will, come upon a clause in which an estate is left to you, the nature of the whole…
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