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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.”
All through the book of Leviticus the laying on of the hand and the killing of the victim are mentioned in immediate connection.
Oh my friend, over there, I speak to you personally, I wish that you would at once put on the livery of my Lord Jesus, and become his sworn servant for ever!
Jesus has passed into that hidden place, and there, in the darkness, he kneels: he cries: he supplicates: he speaks with God: he prays.
The very mystery which hangs around Melchizedek serves to illustrate the mystery of the person of our divine Lord.
Reproach is the common inheritance of the godly.
In the words of our text he showed that if mortals could not wait, yet their Maker could.
The Saviour’s exceptional authority and power in his teaching was such that all felt the force of the truth which he delivered.
Those who trusted in Jehovah were not dismayed; for the Lord had promised to defend Jerusalem for his own name’s sake.
Knowledge may become good or bad according to the use which is made of it.
It is unreasonable to suppose that faith is to be exempted from trials: all the other graces are exercised, and why should faith not be put to the test?
We have in the verses preceding the text a mention of the first church meeting of which I remember to have found mention in the New Testament.
Strictly speaking, I suppose these words refer to the human nature of our Lord Jesus Christ, for it is concerning his humanity that Christ was born of Mary.
We breathe our prayer to the Great Spirit that he would make us feel the full meaning of his word.
Ministers, who are really sent by God, greatly rejoice in the spiritual prosperity of their people.
I recently received a New Year’s card, which suggested to me the topic on which I am about to speak to you.
Human strength is of many kinds, but in any form it will spend itself in due time.
This is a part of Paul’s prayer for the Ephesian believers. It is the closing clause and consummation of it.
Oh true souls who love him, copy him in this, and always let your hearts be touched with a fellow-feeling for the suffering and the sinning.
The promises of this verse will be extremely sweet to those who feel their personal need of them; but those who boast that they are neither sick nor wounded will take no interest in this comforting word.
God devises means for bringing back his banished ones, and among those ways we usually see the overthrow of their conquerors.
Truth, which is fundamental, should be repeated by the teacher until the disciple has learned it beyond all fear of ever forgetting it.
The chief testimony of our great Reformer was to the justification of a sinner in the sight of God by faith in Jesus Christ, and by that alone.
We ought to believe in the ascended Saviour for the perpetual enriching of the church with confessors and evangelists who shall declare the truth of God.
Oh, that today those who have never heard the voice of the Lord in the inward parts of their being may hear it and live! Oh Holy Spirit, work to that end!
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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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