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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.”
Not signs and wonders without, but a new heart within, is the grand cure for unbelief.
God for Christ’s sake has forgiven us; therefore, let us forgive most freely all who have done us wrong.
It was a most natural supposition, because of the sweetness and friendliness of his temperament, that they would find Jesus in the company.
If we abound in pleading with God we shall grow strong in the Lord, and we shall be happy in his love, we shall become a blessing to those around us.
If even Moses and Aaron erred on the road, I fear there are very few of us who can read the story without crying, “I remember my faults today.”
Even when nature is at her best she cannot give us an idea of the supernatural glory which God has prepared for his people.
Blessed are those to whom the Lord has laid open the divine secret which prophets and kings could not discover, which even angels desired to look into.
If I had to put my finger upon happy lives I would not hesitate to select among the foremost the life of the Apostle Paul, for whom to live was Christ.
All human history is a bitter-sweet. Where man’s mischief and misery abound, there do God’s goodness and grace much more abound.
There is an attractive power about our Lord’s person, about his life, and about his teaching; but the main attractive force lies in his death upon the cross.
The Song is almost ended: the bride and bridegroom have come to their last stanzas, and they are about to part for a while.
It is not age according to the family register that we are now to speak about, but age according to the Lamb’s book of life.
It is always a very happy sign when the expostulations and invitations of the gospel are seen by him to be directed to himself personally.
Rest assured of the Father’s love for His sheep; rest assured of the immutability of His purpose concerning them, and rest assured of its ultimate achievement.
Is it not a blessed state of mind which enables a heart so soon to be full to overflowing?
There is a sense in which every Christian is still a little child, a sense in which he ought to be so.
Learn from this that to the door of the inner chamber of communion with God we must approach by the perfect merit of our redeeming Lord.
Come, you children of God, rejoice in this: your heavenly Father has come to you, and remains with you.
The work of proclaiming the gospel to the world was far too great for the twelve; but it was by no means too great for the Spirit of God.
Love is winning many hearts to the kingdom of God, and its reign shall extend until love shall rule over the whole earth.
The people of Israel and Judah were so sunk in thoughtlessness that it was absolutely necessary to do something more than speak.
Doubtless, if it had been possible for the Lord to have presented another way of salvation, man would have opposed that also.
Let brotherly love continue; let us love each other with a pure heart fervently, and reveal that love, not in word only, but in deed and in truth.
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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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