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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.”
So mysterious is Melchizedek that many deeply-taught expositors think that he was veritably an appearance of our Lord Jesus Christ.
They must not tone down the fervour of their zeal to the lukewarmness of the general order of Christian men.
It was to be a proclamation, for God is King; and if his subjects rebel he does not lose the rights of his sovereignty.
If you read the life of Elijah through, you will see that whenever he takes a step it is preceded by, “the word of the Lord came to Elijah the Tishbite.”
You and I will best put down error by preaching truth. If we preach up Christ, the devil goes down.
I shall have five texts — one of them a good one, the other four bad.
We ourselves, in our saved condition, are the workmanship of God, and with each of us the argument holds good, — “Not by works, for we are his workmanship.”
Happy is our condition when the glory of God fills both heart and tongue!
Deep as his griefs were, we may consider Jesus of Nazareth among the happiest of men.
Now, I want you to notice that when Joab fled to the tabernacle of the Lord, and took hold of the horns of the altar, it was of no use to him.
It is idle to think that we can mark out a place in the cemetery where none but saints shall sleep; but yet there is a truth at the basis of that folly.
We are much alike as children of the first Adam, and alike when we become children of the second Adam; and yet no two children of God are quite the same.
If Peter had said, “Not so,” there would have been a clear consistency in his language and tone.
The Master wishing to comfort his servants had them consider what they already knew, and review what they had already seen.
God intends man’s good, and only sets evil before him so he may turn from the dangers of a mistaken way, and so may escape the evil which lies at the end of it.
By seeing how God treated the rebellious angels, light may be cast upon his dealings with us, and by it misapprehensions may be removed.
“My God will hear me.” There is more eloquence in that sentence than in all the orations of Demosthenes.
This song of a city may belong to us as much as to the men of Judah, and we may throw into it a deeper sense of which they were not aware.
This morning, in our meditation, we will begin from the ascension; and I should like to picture our Lord and the eleven walking up the side of Olivet.
We hope that this new-born year will not be worse than its predecessor, and we pray that it may be a great deal better.
When the Eternal God stooped from heaven and assumed the nature of his own creature who had rebelled against him, the deed could mean no harm to man.
Every band of believers has some strength: weak as we are in ourselves, the very fact of our possessing faith proves that we have a portion of strength.
Everything seems lost, and yet as long as a man can look to God nothing is lost.
Brethren, if our experiences have so far exceeded our expectations and allayed our doubts, let us take care that we record them.
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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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