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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.”
‘Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son.’ It is an unheard-of thing, it is a miraculous thing, and therefore it must be a Godlike thing.
God is a wall and a well to his people—a wall to guard them from their adversaries, and a well to supply all their needs out of his overflowing fulness.
The burial was Pilate’s certificate that Christ had not pretended to die, but that it was a real death, and that his body had no life remaining in it.
David began to experience divine guidance while he was a shepherd, and it was good for him that it was so; but why did he ever feel that he needed a guide?
If you would understand regeneration, you must be born again. If you would understand faith, simple as it is, you must yourselves believe.
The Lord has a very particular care for his own people. Child of God, your Father’s eye is lovingly fixed on you; his heart cares for you every moment.
These two doctrines of salvation by faith and the inward drawing of the Spirit of God are equally true and should be proclaimed in due proportion.
The proper way for a sinner to be brought to God is, for God to speak to him, and for him to hear. Manasseh would not come that way.
This was a blessed speech when God said to his ancient people, “You are my servant: oh Israel, you shall not be forgotten by me.”
When you try to bring others to Christ, you must do it by bearing witness of what Christ has done for you.
Brethren, what the Holy Spirit does must be right for us to imitate; therefore, let us endeavour to glorify Christ.
We hold tenaciously that salvation is all of grace, but we also believe with equal firmness that the ruin of man is entirely the result of his own sin.
Your nature requires you to have a god of some kind; and, to prevent your having a strange god, you must love Jehovah, the one and only living and true God.
There are many people who are sitting down in a kind of stupor; they have no hope, and therefore they are doing nothing at all.
This case of Manasseh is placed in Scripture that it may foster faith, prayer, humiliation, seeking and finding mercy.
It is important to know how a man feels when he comes to the real crisis of his life. At the time of his departure we shall see what power really ruled him.
There may be more grace even in the submissive “Not as I will” than in the triumphant “Father, I will.”
For a soul to come to Jesus, is the grandest event in its history. It is spiritually dead until that day; but it then begins to live.
Because we are God’s children, therefore he will have us trained and prepared for that high destiny which awaits us eventually.
True faith often goes to the window. If your faith turns her face to the wall, and expects nothing, I do not think it is genuine faith.
Brethren, we are bound to praise God for all his goodness; we cannot help bearing testimony to his faithfulness and his truth.
I am going to proclaim to the slaves of sin and Satan that there is liberty for them through the Great Emancipator, our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.
Paul speaks of it as a fact ascertainable, and one which he had himself ascertained, that Jesus Christ loved him, and gave himself for him.
The horns of the altar indicate the power of his intercession, and the power of Christ’s intercession lies in his sacrifice, lies in the blood.
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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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