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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.”
Ezekiel’s wife died. His heart was bleeding; but he received orders from his divine Master that he should not mourn, nor weep, nor make a sign of mourning.
Paul was no sooner converted, than he was ready for holy service; and “immediately he preached Christ” in the synagogues at Damascus.
We must never neglect to pray to the Lord who alone can give, to the natural world, clear shining after rain.
He put away sin; he did not merely try to do it, but he actually accomplished the stupendous work for which he left his glory throne above.
If he had prayed half as much when he was in the palace as he did when he was in the cave, it would have been better for him.
If any lover of the souls of men would do for them the best possible service, he would constantly take them near to Christ.
In the things of God, we are not left to follow our own judgments and devices; but we are to look to the law and to the testimony for our instructions.
I take this text so that I may deal with some people who have found Christ, and are saved, but who are now troubled because it seems too good to be true.
The great gate between heaven and the town of Mansoul is Ear-gate. We can see very little of the things of the kingdom but we can hear much concerning them.
Jesus was too intent upon saving her soul to care about a little rudeness on her part. Learn a lesson from your Lord’s conduct.
The Lord’s yoke was only this, that they should rest and serve him here, and enjoy him for ever hereafter.
The gospel, attended by the Spirit of God, is always victorious; but it is very pleasant to make notes of its victories.
The Lord is so resolved to save his people, that he will use the sternest possible means rather than lose any of those whom he loves.
Luke presents examples of those who seemed to be true followers of Jesus, who, nevertheless, did not continue with him, and were not really converts.
This is one reason why the man who is earnestly seeking after God is often misunderstood. He does not speak as one would speak who was cool and calm.
Our Lord looks for faith as the result of his teaching; and I think that I hear him say, at the end of every service, “Do you now believe?”
I prize a portion of Scripture which is filled with God’s shalls and wills! Everything he says is precious; but his “I wills” are particularly precious.
Any soul that looks to Christ tonight shall be saved, even though he looks from the ends of the earth.
Faith knows what she believes, and can give a reason for the hope that is in her with meekness and fear.
God has made us alive, who were dead in trespasses and sins, spiritually dead.
It should be our life to bless him who gave us our life. It should be our delight to bless him whom gives us all our delights.
Christ’s servant says, “Give me converts, or I die.” Indeed, we are dead as far as our ministry is concerned unless God blesses it.
Sow when the time comes, whatever wind blows. Reap when the time comes, whatever clouds are in the sky.
It was written by Isaiah, “He made intercession for the transgressors”; and here it is fulfilled. He pleads for his murderers, “Father, forgive 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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