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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.”
The Lord would not have the highest spirituality divorced from common sense. God has made us body and soul, and he would have us serve him with both.
What astonishment there will be among the sons of men when he shall appear in his vesture dipped in blood, striking the nations with his iron rod.
He who dies for the faith has laid down his life in a worthy cause, and he shall find life eternal.
Our Lord has come to save his own elect, and he will save every one of them. No soul for whom he stood as surety and substitute shall ever be cast away.
Jesus must pour out his soul, not only to tears, but to death, so that all may see how deeply he loves us.
He graciously accepts, not only our heart’s desire, but the very mode in which our weakness works towards that desire.
A pinch of salt may seem to us extremely unimportant, but before the Lord it may not be so.
There is a tendency about us all to get away from Jesus, and to look rather to the streams than to the Fountain-Head.
Samson was never overcome with drunkenness; and yet he greatly sinned, which goes to show that total abstinence is not by itself enough to form a character.
The God of the past has blotted out your sin, the God of the present makes all things work for your good, the God of the future will never leave you nor forsake you.
In what state of heart should we come to the communion table? It is no light matter: in what manner shall we come before the Lord in so sacred an ordinance?
Let us not be satisfied to utter the language of complaint; but let us get rid of the evils which we deplore. If we have been wrong, let us labour to be right.
It would not have been amazing if the whole ten had hurried back, and fallen at Jesus’ feet, and lifted up their voices in a tenfold psalm.
A genuine fragment of inspired Scripture has been dropped by our older translators, and it is too precious to be lost.
This was spoken by the prophet concerning Tyre, that great mercantile city where all the commerce of the East found its outlet towards the West.
Obedience must have love for its mother, nurse, and food. The essence of obedience lies in the hearty love which prompts the deed rather than in the deed itself.
I have tried to bring them to the great Bishop and Shepherd of souls, but they have not yet returned; how can I forget them?
Dear friends who are not yet decided, if you would become followers of the Lord Jesus Christ it will be good for you to count the cost.
Many unrenewed hearts quarrel with God at his own altar: by presenting what he never commanded, and then by growing angry because he rejects their will-worship.
If he himself once stooped to come near to us, he now lifts us up from our low estate, and brings us near to himself in his glory.
Two things were necessary in a high priest: first, he must be suitable for the men for whom he stood; and next, he must be acceptable with God.
He loves much, and therefore he never judges harshly. He loves much, and therefore he always judges jealously. Jealousy is the sure attendant of such love as his.
Have you calculated what baneful influences are streaming from your lives upon the souls of your children, your wives, your brothers, your friends?
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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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