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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.”
Everything is appointed and determined, not by blind fate, but by an all-wise predestination.
The predestination of God does not destroy the free-agency of man, or lighten the responsibility of the sinner.
Our Lord came, in fact, as it was foretold concerning him, that he might save his people from their sins.
Observe, too, — for it is worthy of notice, — how modestly and unobtrusively our Saviour answered Pilate’s questioning.
I hope that some spiritual profit may come to us while we are considering this terrible part of the suffering of our Lord.
From this incident in our Lord’s life, I think we may learn, first, lessons for the heart; and, secondly, lessons for the conscience.
Each of the Divine Trinity is our Redeemer. They have all brought to its full completion the grand work of our redemption from the power of sin and hell.
Our only subject on this occasion is Christ in bonds — the God-man sent, bound, to take his trial in the court of the high priest, Caiaphas.
It is the Shepherd who finds the lost sheep. True salvation comes to the sinner by Jesus Christ finding him.
This man Annas has not become so infamous as Pontius Pilate, but in some respects, he was even more guilty than Pontius Pilate.
The children of Israel had God for their King, and a glorious King he was. But they said, “No, let us have a king whom we can see.” God granted them that request.
Our Savior Jesus Christ had a most fruitful time after he had encountered the most violent and bitter opposition.
Jacob, in his fear, is not to be held up as an example for us. He is not to be commended for fearing Esau, neither are we to imitate him in this respect.
If you have not yet believed in the Lord Jesus Christ, I have to say that your condition is a very sad one, and a very sinful one.
A hasty man is never a wise man; and it is equally true that a “fearful” man is never prudent.
Let us consider the text itself: “I am your very great reward”; and let us ask, first, what is this reward? The Lord himself is the portion of his people.
Perfection of holiness must mean perfection of happiness, the two things must go together.
Unbelief is based on absurdity, but faith rests on reason and fact. This may not at first sight seem to be true, but it really is so.
Throughout the Church of Christ, there have been particular places where men of God have been compelled to fall on their knees, and pray this prayer of Moses.
For a man to take his creed blindly from a pope or a priest, is to degrade himself, because he receives that teaching from his fellow man.
To the believer, faith is of the utmost importance. The believer, after his conversion, lives in no other way but by faith.
Prayer is a vital evidence of Christianity, but prophecy is not. A thousand sermons would not prove a man to be a Christian, but one genuine prayer would.
Ezekiel stood alive among the dead; he survived in the midst of universal destruction, because he had served his God in the midst of universal depravity.
Unbelief is presumptuous, but faith is always humble. The more you know of Jesus as your Saviour, the more you will recognise him also as your Lord.
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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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