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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.”
For this purpose we were born, and for this end we have come into the world, so that we may bear witness to the Lord Jesus Christ.
To have fellowship with God is a great matter; but merely to say that we have fellowship with him is a totally different thing.
The Lord knows those who are his, and from that perfect knowledge he draws this short but sufficient outline of the character of his own.
Hardness of heart is a great and grievous evil. It exists not only in the outside world, but in many who frequent the courts of the Lord’s house.
“My soul cleaves to the dust” might be the confession of every man. We bear the image of the first Adam, who was of the earth earthy: earthy enough are we.
In the love of Christ we find our best joy. The pastures of the Great Shepherd are wide, but the sweetest grasses grow close to his pierced feet.
It is said that wise men only wonder once, and that is always; fools never wonder, because they are fools.
The possession of gladness is no clear evidence of grace; and the existence of depression is no sure sign of insincerity.
I feel as if we were interviewing Paul tonight—as if we were sitting in a room with him, and Silas, and Timothy, and were hearing their private conversation.
We are not ordained to be saved apart from faith, but those who are predestinated to eternal life are ordained to receive it through faith in Christ Jesus.
At the gate of the temple sat a blind beggar, who must have been a notable character; for he possessed remarkable shrewdness and mother wit.
We have carefully read John’s description of the manner in which his Lord and Master revealed his glory to him.
You can play with religion until you are laid low, and then it becomes serious work. The romance of religion is one thing; the reality of it is another.
There is more eloquence in love than in all the words that the most clever rhetorician can ever put together.
Christ Jesus is God and man in one person, and thus the closest union is formed between God and man. God is not far from each one of us in his own dear Son.
The abundance of the revelation of God is usually joined with a thorn in the flesh either before or after it.
To illustrate the future intent of the blessed ordinance of the Lord’s Supper he must by necessity treat his death as an accomplished fact.
Oh, that you and I, after having explained the gospel, may always be able to relate something from our own experience which will prove it!
All human books grow stale after a time: but with the Word of God the desire to know increases, and the more you know about it the less you think you know.
Let us take care to blend a holy gratitude to God with our fervent patriotism. May it be ours to praise and bless the God who has sent us these favours.
The Spirit of God best knew what he meant by the words which he spoke by Moses. Even if Moses may not have meant the same, the Spirit’s own meaning must stand.
Moses’ reverence for the Lord’s name was deep; his devotion to the Lord’s cause was complete, and his confidence in the Lord’s word was constant.
Jeremiah plainly warned the people against expecting more than God had promised, and he aroused them to look for the fulfilment of what he had promised.
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.
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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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