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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.”
Christ did all for our sakes: we should do all for his sake. Fix your attention, then, chiefly, not on the deed, but on the motive which is its root.
There is a remarkable parallel between Eliezer seeking a wife for Isaac and the ministers of Christ seeking souls for Jesus.
John was the beloved disciple, the choicest spirit of the twelve, the one nearest to the heart of Christ.
Man’s chief end is to glorify and enjoy God. God’s greatest and highest object is to make for himself a glorious and an everlasting name.
Depend on it, the law condemns everything that is wrong, and approves of everything that is right. The Decalogue is an absolutely perfect law.
The larger the responsibility, the more necessary it is to have men who can be depended on to manage the business.
Every Christian man is a soldier, and no man will war a good warfare unless he lays hold upon eternal life with all his heart and soul.
One of the most necessary words for us to hear at such a time as this, “Arise, and depart; for this is not your rest.”
If you go to Jesus Christ for anything, the Saviour will earnestly desire that you should know what it is that you are asking from him.
Just as God dealt with Abraham, so he will deal in measure with all those who, as believers, are the children of believing Abraham.
God has made great use of women, and greatly honoured them in the kingdom of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
We must be saved if we would serve the Lord. We cannot serve God in an unsaved condition.
Every man seems to have a different idol. One has pride: he is so wonderfully good, so self-righteous; he has never done anything wrong.
The essence of true divinity is greatening God, magnifying him, and enlarging our conceptions of his majesty and his glory to the utmost degree.
In going out to our holy service we take with us no strength, and we rely on no power, except that of the Spirit of the Most High.
May we become sharers in the courage and faith of these men, whose names stand high on the roll of worthies in the kingdom of God!
Our blessed Master will not desert the people in their spiritual need, any more than he failed that hungry throng, in their temporal need, long ago.
If we desire the good of our servants, our children, and our friends, let us take care that we make supplication for them.
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.
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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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