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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.”
Oh, for more prayer! Let us cry to God in secret, and in the family, and in all our assemblies, that God would save the sons of men.
@e have now enjoyed it for so long that the honey of grace has entered into our constitution, and we have become sweet to God.
We will go aside with the chosen apostles for a little while at this time, and hear what their Lord would say to us, even as he previously said it to them.
The Lord himself will be glad and rejoice, and we who are in sympathy with him are exhorted and even commanded to be glad.
It seems strange to the ear that good works should be rejected as the cause of salvation, and then should be spoken of as the great result of it.
Those who out of weakness were made strong are written among the heroes of faith, and are by no means the least of them.
If there is ridicule and reproach for the gospel of Christ, let us be willing to be ridiculed and reproached for his sake.
e do not merely think so, but we know that we have it. We are redeemed; we are free from bondage; we are forgiven, and are no longer under condemnation.
Where God’s saints are most glorious, there you will find their spots. The weaknesses of the saints lie near their strength.
David was sad: his life was spent with grief, and his years with sighing. His sorrow had wasted his strength, and even his bones were consumed within him.
When we read of the sins of others, we ought to be humbled and warned; for “all we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned everyone to his own way.”
I speak to the unconverted mainly; but while I do so I shall hope to be refreshing the grateful memories of those already saved.
Because he has come to us, we gladly come to him; and now we reverently wait upon him to hear what our Lord shall speak.
To be a Christian is to be a warrior. The good soldier of Jesus Christ must not expect to find ease in this world: it is a battle-field.
Every sentence is more precious than heaven and earth; and this line is not the least among his choice words of promise: “I will put my Spirit within you.”
David’s prayer from among the waves was a memory worth preserving. He weaves the mercy of God to him into a song for us; and in this our text is found.
By taking a census of his people, the Lord showed that he valued each one of them.
The notion that the doctrines of grace give licence to sin, comes from the devil, and we scorn it with a detestation more deep than words can express.
Assuredly, this honour paid to our Lord was incredibly strange; a gleam of sunlight in a day of clouds, a glimpse of summertime in a long and dreary winter.
Obedience — what a blessing it would be if we were all trained to it by the Holy Spirit! How fully should we be restored if we were perfect in it!
The two great links between earth and heaven are the two advents of our Lord: or, rather, he is the great bond of union, by these two appearings.
Saints are never better pleased than when they hear those first truths which instruct sinners in the way to God.
God does not say, “Oh Israel, depart accursed!” But instead of that, in dulcet tones he cries, “Oh Israel, return to the Lord your God.”
Objectors may have a fine time of it just now; but they will one day be convinced either to their conversion or their confusion.
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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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