The works of Charles Spurgeon have inspired millions of Christians around the world for over a hundred years. His wisdom and insight into God’s Word and world have helped others discover the richness of Scripture. Answers in Genesis is pleased to present the text of a large collection of sermons from this 19th century “Prince of Preachers.”
Forgiven sin is better than accumulated wealth. The remission of sin is to be preferred before all the glitter and the glare of this world’s prosperity.
The gallant cry, “Command me to come to you on the water,” is quickly exchanged for the grievous wail, “Lord, save me.” So great his pluck, so dire his panic!
Our God is a God of infinite benevolence. Towards all his creatures he shows his goodwill. His tender mercies are over all his works.
Listen to what Jesus tells you shall come to pass with the multitude, that it may never come to pass with you as individuals.
What we think to be chaos is a well-ordered system far beyond our understanding, into which we vainly attempt to peer.
Stay at the cross, beloved; there is no air so healthy and quickening as what is breathed there. There must be on earth the climax of your joy.
While the gospel note rings from the silver trumpet of gracious invitation, “He who has ears to hear let him hear,” you still have time—time to seek the Lord.
No mischief that ever befalls our Christian communities is more lamentable than what comes from the defection of the members.
Be assured, my brethren, the more real Jesus Christ is to us the more power there will be in our religion.
Now we are dealing with the main business of your souls, and expounding on what God presents as the only way of redemption for the sons of men.
Beloved, the river of God, which is full of water, can well supply the little canals that are fed from such a fountain with grace for grace.
In these times, beloved, there must be made a distinction between man’s gospel and God’s gospel; for nowadays man’s gospel is popular enough.
I wonder whether any of us remember in our young days any such talk as what exerted an influence on us.
It is really pleasant to observe how much our Lord thought of his disciples; how deeply he sympathized with them; how far he was from despising them.
This Psalm describes the condition of a child of God under deep depression of spirit.
Of him they spoke, that whoever believed in this man, who was very God, should certainly be saved by him. This was the declaration which they made.
It is a sign of adoption, a mark of the residence of the Spirit of God within us, if in our times of trouble we flee to our God.
When the Master advances, it is right to see the disciple follow, ready of foot, quick at his Master’s heel, delighted with his Master’s company.
Christ is the way to God in a double sense—of being the truth which teaches men about the Father, and being the life which enables men to come to the Father.
For those of us who do speak, do not speak as we should; we are not always giving such evidence, and bearing such witness as well becomes us on God’s behalf.
We shall behold the King in his beauty, and then we shall enter and enjoy the land which is at present very far off.
We fall into a wrong state of heart, not because we are unconverted, nor even because we are false to Christ, but simply because of our natural infirmity.
Moses died blessing the people. This showed his meekness, for they had been his plague all his life, and yet his last word with them is full of blessing.
How gracious a thing it is on God’s part to make prayers for us! He puts them into our mouths.
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These sermons from Charles Spurgeon are a series that is for reference and not necessarily a position of Answers in Genesis. Spurgeon did not entirely agree with six days of creation and dives into subjects that are beyond the AiG focus (e.g., Calvinism vs. Arminianism, modes of baptism, and so on).
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