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.”
Above all, no Christian ought to have any fear which would bring dishonour on the truthfulness, the goodness, the immutability, or the power of God.
A little heat of persecution, and the man-made Christian, — where is he? But the genuine Christian, the choice jewel of God, will survive the fires of time.
Oh dear friends, beware of tempting the devil to tempt you! We must take care that we never go in the ways of presumption.
I do not know when God, in his rich mercy, ever seems so lovely in our eyes as when we have just gazed on our own abundant sins.
I think we can say, looking back on our lives, those of us who are in Christ Jesus, that the Lord has tested our sincerity.
Deathlike slumber is the condition of those who are dead in sin; but to be aroused to action is the sure result of the gospel coming with power to anyone.
The disciples wanted to know how the man came to be blind, but the Master intended to deliver the man from his blindness.
If we are inclined to grieve because everything around us changes, our consolation will be found in turning to our unchanging God.
It may be that the devil thought that the death of Christ was the defeat of Christ. If so, how greatly was he mistaken; for when Christ yielded up the ghost, he won an everlasting victory.
Of our Lord Jesus Christ we can truly say, “He is our peace.” It is through him that “the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding,” keeps our heart and mind always at rest.
Since our heirship with God depends on our being the children of God, it does not depend on our natural descent.
Oh, that Christians would adhere as closely to each other as sinners do, and walk in friendship and love!
It was because of his love that the Father gave his Son; it was not the Son who came to make that love possible.
Do we, if we are called the saints of the Lord, need to be exhorted to love him? If we do, shame on us!
Brother, never be satisfied with yourself, for self-satisfaction is the end of all progress.
It is often the wisest way to relieve minds that are swollen through grief to allow them to find the natural conclusion of their sorrow by asking them why they are weeping.
To know your blindness is good, but it is not enough. It would be a dreadful thing for you to go from an awakened conscience on earth to a tormenting conscience in hell.
We shall never be able to escape from the doctrine of divine predestination, — the doctrine that God has foreordained certain people for eternal life.
In the deepest meaning of the word, no one ever truly sees Christ until the Holy Spirit opens his eyes.
There have been special cases in Scripture where the putting of a person into an unpleasant condition has been a great blessing to his fellow men.
The remission of sin, which God gives to his people, is complete; that is to say, it wipes out all his sins, whatever they may have been.
Shut your ear to God, and he will shut his ear to you; but incline your ear, and come to him, and, sinner as you are, your soul shall live, for God will hear you.
Jesus Christ blesses his people, not as the priest who is offering sacrifice, but as the one who has offered it.
It is a calamity for the Church of Christ when her best men, whether ministers or deacons, are called home; yet it often that God takes his servants home when they are most useful.
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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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