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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.”
How much that can be said of the Lord Jesus may be also said of the inspired volume! How closely are these two allied!
Jehovah had spoken, Job had trembled. The Lord had revealed himself, Job had seen him.
A leper comes to him, and kneels before him, and expresses his faith in him, that he can make him whole. Now the Son of Man is glorious in his power to save.
I would make the sermon sweet to the saints, but the preface needs to be sharp, lest any seize upon comforts to which they have no right.
The more the man’s heart sees the perfect holiness of the law of God, the more he perceives his own unholiness and impurity.
Brethren, admire the tenderness of our Lord Jesus, and imitate it. Let us try to be equally kind to our fellow Christians.
We cannot praise God better than by stating facts concerning him and his Word. If you desire to praise God, you must speak of him as he is.
Behold, dear brethren, the overflowing, ever-flowing power of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Power in prayer is very much the gauge of our spiritual condition; when that is secured for us in a high degree, we are favoured concerning all other matters.
Many a time the cruel word of man has been the reason for a tender word from God.
Through the sufferings of our Lord, sin is pardoned, and we are delivered from the power of evil: this is regarded as the healing of a deadly malady.
He who is mightiest in word is mighty, not so much in thunder, and earthquake and fire, as in a silent persuasiveness.
We take death and the grave in transit now: they do not hinder our advance to glory, and immortality, and eternal life.
Even to the cries of his own elect, who cry day and night to him—he is not in haste to answer—for he is very patient, slow to anger, and plentiful in mercy.
Make sure that you have found the Saviour. Eat and drink of him; enrich yourself with him; and then go and proclaim the glad news.
It can only be supreme love which leads wisdom to seek after the heart of such poor things as we are.
It was fitting that he should close the service of his life in which he had preached peace, by pronouncing this as his closing benediction.
I think that this staying of Abram to defend the sacrifice when the ravenous birds came down upon it may be used as a lesson for us in three respects.
Jesus has come into the world to break the gate of bronze, and to cut the bars of iron asunder. Oh, that my prayer might be heard for those who are in bondage!
It is noteworthy that God always selects our congregations for us, and his arrangements are always wise.
When a man gives you a promise, and he keeps it, that is the end of the promise; but it is not so with God.
We praise him because he is in himself a king, and next, because he is a king-maker, the fountain of honour and majesty.
We see Jesus and salvation where the carnal eye sees only a slaughtered lamb, and a people saved from death.
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.
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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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