Here’s a handy little heads up from the prince of preachers. Douglas Wilson posted this Spurgeon quote today under the title, And Other Days Your Tongue is a Brick.
“It may save you much surprise and grief if you are forewarned that there will be great variations in your power of utterance. To-day your tongue may be the pen of a ready writer, to-morrow you thoughts and words may be alike frost-bound” (Charles Spurgeon, Lectures to My Students, p. 152).
That happens to everybody?