"Lord...Do As Thou Hast Said" By Charles H. Spurgeon2 Samuel 7:25 God’s promises were never meant to be thrown aside as waste paper. He intended that they should be used. God’s gold is not miser’s money, but is minted to be traded with. Nothing pleases our Lord better than to see His promises put into circulation. He loves to see His children bring them up to Him, and say, "Lord, do as Thou hast said!" Our heavenly Banker delights to cash His own notes. Never let the promise rust. Draw the sword of promise out of its scabbard and use it with holy violence! Think not that God will be troubled by your importunately reminding Him of His promises. He loves to hear the loud outcries of needy souls. It is His delight to bestow favors. He is more ready to hear than you are to ask. The sun is not weary of shining nor the fountain of flowing. It is God’s nature to keep His promises; therefore go at once to the throne with, "Do as Thou hast said!"