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"John Ploughman’s Talk" is the first in a series of two "Ploughman Books" by Charles Spurgeon.  Spurgeon sought to take common phrases off the day and use them to teach spiritual lessons easily understood by everyone.  Spurgeon told his Parables, or talks, from the point of view of an English Plowman named John, and he tried to mix truth and humor in his tales.  Some of the phrases he uses like “Two heads are better than One” are still commonly used today.  This book includes a series of topics including home and church life.  Filled with good spiritual and physical advice,   each chapter’s adage is illustrated by an interesting and sometimes humorous sketch.

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