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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.”
The best of men may die in poverty: here is the widow of a prophet left in destitution. Our concern for her is tender.
May we be blessed by being made spiritual fathers to many who shall be brought by us to receive life, pardon, peace, and holiness, through our Lord Jesus.
It may be that our meditation upon the text before us may be of service to those who are touched with the malady which afflicted Thomas.
The heavenly Bridegroom finds solace in your company, if you are indeed espoused to him. Oh, that you were more anxious to be with him!
Our Lord’s death is a marvel set in a surrounding of marvels. It reminds one of a Koh-i-noor surrounded with a circle of gems.
These words occur in a passage where the wise man exhorts us to take care of all parts of our nature, which he indicates by members of the body.
Dear brethren in Christ, if you have to preach God’s word, preach it faithfully, and abate no syllable of its stern threatenings.
As for us, beloved, our trust is in the living God, who lives to bear and carry his chosen, even in Jehovah, the only true Lord.
True faith is, in every case, by the operation of the Spirit of God. Its nature is purifying, elevating, heavenly
If there were no other powers at his disposal, Jehovah, as the Lord of all angels, would still be appropriately called the Lord of hosts.
Psalm 86 savours of David—the man of sincerity, of ardour, of trials, of faults, and of great heart, who pleads, sobs, and trusts throughout the psalm.
Picture the Lord and his disciples at the holy Supper. A world of interest centres here.
It is your Lord whom Herod set at naught! Once worshipped by angels and all the heavenly host, he is made nothing of by a ribald regiment.
If we are weak, so was Paul; and if, like him, we are strong in our weakness, we shall be in the best of company.
The Canaanites had been outlawed by God. They had been guilty of such horrible offences that he had condemned their nations to destruction.
If reproach is bitter, praise is sweet: we will drown the drops of gall in a sea of honey.
Do not attempt to deliver a message which you have not first of all yourself received by his Holy Spirit.
While it stands as a rock apart, this gracious word is far from being the only one in the book of the prophet Hosea.
It has been a very solemn business for the Jewish nation. The history of the Jews, since their rejection of our Lord, may be written in blood and tears.
Scarcely anything has been more injurious to the kingdom of Christ than the distinction between clergy and laity.
Hear it, oh men! Because you have sinned, Jesus dies so that you may be cleared from your sin.
Eyes that have wept over our own sin will always be most ready to weep over the sins of others.
In our text we have the test question which must be asked of everyone who is to be admitted into the assembly of the Lord — “Whom do you say that I am?”
Without fruit the sower’s work would even seem to be insane, for he takes good wheat, throws it away, and loses it in the ground.
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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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