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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.”
Is there something for our spiritual palate, something to satisfy our spiritual appetite, so that we may eat, and be satisfied, and rejoice before the Lord?
You who have believed in Christ, it is time for us to bestir ourselves, for we have not preached the gospel to every creature yet by a long shot.
In anticipation of Calvary, Jesus’ soul was full of trouble; not that he feared death, but his death was to be a very particular one.
In this passage we have several examples of Christ acting as he could not have acted if he had not possessed a royal and divine power.
Beloved friends, let us who love Christ keep him always in memory. If you can speak of his name, do not be silent.
It is the preacher’s business to endeavour to make plain to the people the meaning of the word FAITH.
To be saved by his grace as a matter of pure favour, and then afterwards to serve him, having gratitude for our great motive, is the right order.
“The whole band of soldiers” gathered in the Praetorium, or Common Hall, for the purpose of mocking our Lord. Why is this recorded by both Matthew and Mark?
God, who loved the children of Israel, and chose them, and determined to make them a special people for himself, undertook to teach them through the manna.
I remark that our Lord Jesus pleads for his own people. When he puts on his priestly breast-plate, it is for the tribes whose names are there.
Our Lord, at the close of his sojourn on earth, thinks of John the Baptist, and pays him a dying word of respect just before he is taken up into glory.
When John saw Jesus Christ on that memorable day, he, first of all, beheld him himself, and then he said to others, “Behold the Lamb of God.”
In him we meet the requirements of the law, first, by what he has done for us; and next, by what he works in us.
An invocation of the name of God, a trusting in God, and a subsequent calling on God and acknowledgment of God, it is this that saves the soul.
Beloved friends, we have very much to learn from our Lord’s temptation. He was tempted in all points, like we are.
Oh, that the Lord Jesus might be here tonight, if it is only as new-born, in some few hearts!
I am going to talk to you tonight about those who surround the Lamb, and are with him in the blaze of his glory, singing to his honour.
These holy women sought their Lord early on the morning of his resurrection, and they assuredly found him before all others.
It is the business of the prophet of God, and of the minister of Christ, to seek comfort for those who are in distress.
Jesus Christ is seen as our sacrifice in the capacity of Mediator, and in that capacity he becomes the object of the adoration.
In this first chapter of the Epistle to the Romans, you see the spirit of communion in the apostle Paul.
Seeing what was done, and what was going to be done, the Saviour’s heart rejoiced. Some people like laziness; Christ loved activity.
David had a teachable spirit; and if you had asked him where it came from, he would have said that God gave him a teachable spirit.
Notice Mary’s tranquillity, quietly drinking it all in; and then observe her wise admonition to the servants who were there to wait at the feast.
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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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