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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 rod of chastisement is included in the covenant; and if we are in the covenant, the Lord will keep his promise.
The church will be false to her heavenly Bridegroom if she does not sympathise with the tenderness of his heart, and enter into his gracious labour of love.
Beloved friends, I say to you, as David said to the princes of Israel, “Seek the Lord your God.”
The same hand that bought you must keep you; and the same Father, who has begotten you again to a lively hope, must keep you to his eternal kingdom and glory.
Brethren, the best advice that I can give to each man among you is, that he should endeavour to make the best of the portion which God has given him.
I do not think that the speciality about the thief is the lateness of his repentance. Far from being the only point of interest, it is not even the chief point.
The ripest apple in the garden grows on the tree of contentment. The garments which fit us best are the most fit for us, and are the most comfortable to wear.
I do not believe that any man can preach the gospel who does not preach the law.
The caring for the flesh sours the soul against God, so that he who cares for the flesh is soon filled with enmity against God.
He opens his mouth, and speaks to you. You will open your ear, and listen to him, if you are indeed his own.
One book charmed us all in the days of our youth. Is there a boy alive who has not read it? “Robinson Crusoe” was a wealth of wonders to me.
If they were sent to take him, let them take him; as for himself, the time was come to speak boldly.
Happiness ripples like a flowing brook; but blessedness is a springing well. Happiness may be entirely human; but blessedness has the divine element in it.
Gideon’s great faith and great weakness of faith both showed themselves in a desire for signs.
Child of God, remember that neither goodness nor greatness can deliver you from affliction.
Jesus, though he was himself to die, with his usual self-forgetfulness he only thought of his disciples, and he desired to comfort them.
This was David’s description of his own condition. King Saul was seeking to destroy him. Now, it was by knowing his danger that David escaped.
What could Hagar, a lone woman, do in her condition, all alone in the wilderness?
In the fifth chapter of this epistle, Paul had shown at considerable length our justification from sin through the righteousness of Jesus Christ our Saviour.
This is the very first of those sacred songs preserved in Scripture, and in some respects it is first in merit as well as in time.
Let us not talk about inventing wise measures for the present distress in the spiritual world, but let us use the remedy which was so effective in Paul’s day.
This narrative illustrates the rise and progress of faith in the soul. May it become even stronger in us than it was in this nobleman.
It is a grand thing to know what we are living for, and to live for a worthy object with the undivided energy of our being.
The godly must die, even as others. Though our life is perfectly consecrated, yet it cannot for ever be continued in this world.
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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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