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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.”
Salvation by grace does not erase a single precept of the law, nor lower the standard of justice in the slightest degree.
This story of the tempest upon the lake is wonderfully full of spiritual interest.
Does any unregenerate person believe in the forgiveness of sin? I do not think so.
In gospel fishery we let down the big net and thus encompass many of all kinds. The sorting of the good from the bad is to be done another day.
When our Lord had been condemned to die, the execution of his sentence was hurried.
Man is a creature abounding in wants, and always restless, and hence his heart is full of desires.
It was good that the Redeemer came: it was good that he came in what Scripture calls the fulness of time, even in these last days.
The Canaanites were a race that had become so loathsome in God’s sight that he decreed their destruction and appointed Israel to be their executioners.
Gideon was a truly great man, though his latter days were overshadowed by a grievous religious error, and a sad moral fault.
May we have such an estimate of the value of a single soul that we count whole days well spent to bring one fallen woman or one drunkard to the Saviour’s feet.
It is all in vain to preach to the outside world unless matters are true and right within.
The salvation of men by the grace and power of God is as great a wonder as the general resurrection.
Egypt occupies a very exceptional position towards Israel.
This morning I shall have to show that this text of ours is most fit to be the language of the Lord, our representative and Covenant-Head.
The people are first made to tremble and fear on account of sin, and all faces are turned into paleness; and then the Lord declares his immeasurable grace.
God calls to the rebellious, and by his gentle word they are brought to his feet with repentance, turned from their wandering, and led in the way of obedience.
Many of God’s best servants are rich in faith, but poor in pocket; strong in the Lord, but sadly weak in body; beloved by heaven, but abhorred by the world.
When a man is thoroughly eaten up with the dry rot of laziness he generally finds some kind of excuse, though his crime is really inexcusable.
Notice the way in which the Lord spoke to the outside gathering, and then afterwards to the way in which he spoke to the inner circle of his own disciples.
Is this Elijah who brought the fire and water from the skies? Yes, he has become faint-hearted and weary, and therefore he has fled from his Master’s service.
Such a prayer as this, so living, earnest, loving, and divine, deserves the most studious meditations of all believers.
To doubt Jesus said much that was very admirable while still a child, but the Holy Spirit has not seen fit to record anything except these two questions.
It is clear that Paul fully expected the gospel of the grace of God to be preached in the ages to come.
The miracle at Marah was intended to be a very instructive illustration of the glorious title, — “I am Jehovah-Rophi, the Lord who heals you.”
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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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