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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.”
It is better to have only one convert who will endure to the end than twenty who only endure for a while, and in time of trial fall away.
If you were converted by one man, another man can unconvert you. All that is from man goes to be unravelled, but the work of God’s grace endures for ever.
Know yourself; know Christ Jesus as your Saviour; know the work of the Holy Spirit; all this is knowable, and must be known.
Sin hardens the heart. Every sin makes room for another sin, and it is always easier to sin again after you have sinned once.
What does our reputation matter, after all? Serve God faithfully, and then leave your name and fame in his keeping.
There are times when it does seem as if his prayer were not heard, for certainly it is not answered, or, at least, not answered as he expected.
Sin cannot be in two places at the same time; if it is laid on Jesus, it is taken off from you.
In the last dread hour of death, when conscience looks at sin as it really is, and no longer is blinded, nothing can bring it peace but the blood of the Lamb.
It is the glory of God that he can cover that sin which no one else can cover, and which your own conscience will not permit you to conceal!
God forbid that I should say a word against prayer! I would say a thousand words for it; it is a blessed exercise; but the dead cannot pray.
When a man is waiting for Christ, he is ready for Christ. But when they say they are waiting, and they fold their arms in unconcern, it is a gross falsehood.
If you need Christ, you are fit to come to Christ. If you need to have sin forgiven, you are a fit subject for Christ to deal with.
Please, dear friends, never attempt to mould the character of God with the fingers of your own imagination.
God has not bestowed his love, his favour, his mercy, on me because he foresaw that I should repent of my sin. God’s love for me is in his own sovereign grace.
Christ has a yoke for us to wear, so let us wear it seriously; but it is an easy yoke, so let us wear it hopefully.
The apostle says “Bear each other’s burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ.” These Galatians had been trying to bear the heavy burden of the law of Moses.
It shall be our joy to take up our cross daily, and follow Jesus; but there are certain burdens of care and sorrow, which we need not carry.
Everything is appointed and determined, not by blind fate, but by an all-wise predestination.
The predestination of God does not destroy the free-agency of man, or lighten the responsibility of the sinner.
Our Lord came, in fact, as it was foretold concerning him, that he might save his people from their sins.
Observe, too, — for it is worthy of notice, — how modestly and unobtrusively our Saviour answered Pilate’s questioning.
I hope that some spiritual profit may come to us while we are considering this terrible part of the suffering of our Lord.
From this incident in our Lord’s life, I think we may learn, first, lessons for the heart; and, secondly, lessons for the conscience.
Each of the Divine Trinity is our Redeemer. They have all brought to its full completion the grand work of our redemption from the power of sin and hell.
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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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