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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.”
None of us has any idea how scanty our faith really is. When trial comes, the heap from the threshing-floor becomes very small beneath the winnowing fan.
When Jesus comes he will look for precious faith. He has more regard for faith than for anything else that earth can yield him.
The Father of the faithful was beyond all men “the Friend of God,” and the head of that chosen race of believers whom Jesus calls his friends.
We must not forget the lost sheep: it would be better that we left the ninety and nine than that we neglected the rambler.
Jesus’ disciples were to be in the position of servants put in trust with property while their master was gone away to receive a kingdom, and then to come again.
The glorious resurrection will abundantly repay us for all the toil and travail we may have to undergo in the battle for the Lord.
This is one of the most memorable of our Lord’s many visits to his disciples after he had risen from the dead. Each of these appearances had its own peculiarity.
We understand this sacred love song to be a Canticle of Communion between the Lord Jesus Christ and his church. He is the bridegroom, and she is the bride.
Hate of our Lord made his enemies forget humanity: doubtless the more of pain and shame which they could cause to him the better they would be pleased.
For a man to have force ready at hand, and then to abstain from using it, is a case of self-restraint, and possibly of self-sacrifice, of a far nobler kind.
Judgment is God’s strange work, and he rejoices even in the midst of threatening to turn aside and utter gracious words to obedient souls.
This may be used as a description of the believer’s life: he lives a life of salvation.
When the Lord found his chosen people to have rather the name than the character of his people, he spoke to them concerning the Spirit of the Lord.
The fact is, that unless changed by divine grace, we have all refused to pay to our great God the service which is due to him.
If, indeed, the Lord is our refuge and strength, we are entitled to seek after a spirit which shall bear us above the dreads of common men.
It was the fault of the Pharisee that when he went up to the temple to pray he forgot an essential part of prayer, which is confession of sin.
The Lord would not have the highest spirituality divorced from common sense. God has made us body and soul, and he would have us serve him with both.
What astonishment there will be among the sons of men when he shall appear in his vesture dipped in blood, striking the nations with his iron rod.
He who dies for the faith has laid down his life in a worthy cause, and he shall find life eternal.
Our Lord has come to save his own elect, and he will save every one of them. No soul for whom he stood as surety and substitute shall ever be cast away.
Jesus must pour out his soul, not only to tears, but to death, so that all may see how deeply he loves us.
He graciously accepts, not only our heart’s desire, but the very mode in which our weakness works towards that desire.
A pinch of salt may seem to us extremely unimportant, but before the Lord it may not be so.
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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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