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.”
First, they asked for help, expressing their confidence. If we begin by doubting, our prayer will limp.
Wherever God comes out in his great mercy his name alone is exalted.
The healing of natural sickness is not accomplished without the power of God.
Truth is never dangerous, it is error and reticence that are fraught with peril.
First, let us look at our great Master’s claim, “I am the good shepherd.” Then we shall observe the proof for it.
First, then, brethren, our text contains a summary of Christian life. It is “well doing.”
Most of the saints have passed through gladly. They have entered the gates with a cheery note, with a song, or with a Hallelujah.
We have preached the righteousness of God; and we lay a firm foundation on which to build the comfort and hope of the believer in Christ Jesus.
The Infinite became finite; the Almighty consented to become weak; he, who spoke all worlds into existence, resigned for a while even the power of speech.
The heaviest sorrow that can wring a pastor’s heart is such as comes from the faithlessness of his most familiar friend.
Note well that David struck Goliath on the brow of his presumption, on the forehead of his pride.
You may think that you have been tried more than others; but it is only your lack of knowledge of the trials of others which leads you to imagine that your own are unique.
This turmoil and unrest of spirit will grow into a burdensomeness of heart, just as Bunyan describes Christian with a burden on his back.
None are more terrible in justice than those who are tender in mercy.
I want you, just now, to think of Jesus Christ as your Kinsman if you are really in him, for he is indeed the nearest akin to you of any.
Nothing has helped God’s Church so much as persecution; she has been increased and strengthened by it.
It is the Holy Spirit’s office to come between us and Christ, to lead us to Christ, even as the Son of God comes between us and the Father, to lead us to the Father.
I hope you see clearly that it is your duty to honour God, so let us enquire in what way that duty comes home to each one of us.
Glorify God, then, praise him, and let your whole soul extol him for this wonderful arrangement of grace.
Everything that God builds is built plumb, and straight, and square, and fair.
If anyone goes to sleep nowadays, it certainly ought not to be the believer in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Holiness, in a regenerate heart, is only an infant; it is not matured, — it is perfect in all its parts, but not perfect in its development.
The Spirit of God must operate on the heart; otherwise, the natural conscience cannot rise to the heights of true repentance.
Suspense is worse than death; we seem to feel a thousand deaths while we are kept in suspense of one.
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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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