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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.”
David had thrown himself into the glad service of the Lord. It had been a high day, a day of days, such as the nation had not enjoyed in all its history before.
Moses is as much an example of faith as he is a representative of law. What he did was as much due to his faith as were the acts of Paul or John.
Our Lord loved us so much that he even condescended to bear scorn of the most cruel kind, so that he might take away our shame and enable us to look up to God.
Just as the heart naturally baffles all physicians, so spiritually it is far beyond our knowledge. Who among ministers can guide you?
Men generally learn wisdom if they have wisdom. The artist’s eye sees the beauty of the landscape because he has beauty in his mind.
If you are in a sad condition, your best hopes may lie this way. What if God has entered into covenant with you that he will bless you for Jesus Christ’s sake?
How long must you go on with your pitiful prayers, and get no answer? Must you have more tears, more groans, more despairs, more regrets, more broken vows?
Holy fear spreads few banquets, but it takes care that when there is a feast we go to it in a wedding garment.
Friends, may you read the Testament of our Lord Jesus Christ as a testament of love to you, and then you will prize it beyond all the writings of the sages.
It should be an extraordinary feast. Surely, it would be the simplest thing in the world to gather together a grateful company of guests.
He is honestly won, and by a public confession he commits himself at once to what he believes. He is not ashamed of his convictions.
The Lord shines upon us in the question, and our answer to it is the reflection of his light.
Many would have quoted her case as a reason why they might be allowed to escape the responsibilities, duties, and sufferings which discipleship might involve.
Here is one of the Lord’s hidden ones: a case not publicly described because of its secret sorrow. We have here a woman of few words and much shamefacedness.
We shall now look into this victorious act on the part of David with the view of finding spiritual teaching in it.
The adversaries of the cross of Christ assert nothing, but they question everything. They will not lay down a basis, nor define their opinions.
The death of Jesus is the marvel of time and eternity, which, as Aaron’s rod swallowed up all the rest, takes up into itself all lesser marvels.
“As we have heard, so we have seen”: this is seldom true. In many places we see what we have not heard, and what we have heard we do not see.
The true preacher, the man whom God has commissioned, delivers his message with awe and trembling, because “The mouth of the Lord has spoken it.”
Law does not make us sinful, but it displays our sinfulness. In the presence of the perfect standard we see our shortcomings.
The Lord set apart Abram and his seed, and put them in trust with the treasure of divine revelation: they kept this for themselves and for the rest of mankind.
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.
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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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