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.”
Ahithophel was a man of keen perception, and those who consulted him followed his advice with as much confidence as if he had been an oracle from heaven.
Paul’s writings abound in doxologies. But he is not the only apostle who pauses to magnify the name of God.
It is absolutely certain that whatever our personal characters may be, we shall have to know, by practical experience, the meaning of the word trouble.
This is not the language of the old covenant, but of the new covenant.
Every man who is engaged in a good work desires that it may be lasting.
Even when the believer sins, the Holy Spirit does not utterly depart from him, but is still in him to make him smart for the sin into which he has fallen.
Almost saved is altogether lost. Think of that, you who are not far from the kingdom. It is being in the kingdom that saves the soul, not being near the kingdom.
Count your sins if you can, oh you children of God, and then fall on your knees, bow your heads, cover your faces, and say, “Our iniquity indeed is great.”
There never did live, and there never could live, a man whose entire nature could be satisfied with his worldly possessions.
This view of Christ dying as the great substitutionary sacrifice for sinners cannot be dispensed with for a single moment; it seems to us to be the very essence of the gospel.
You will be ill just as long as God appoints; but if anything could help to heal you, it would be quietness and confidence of heart.
Be as full of love as you can, but take care that you mix iron with your constitution. Silly are the doves that have no bold heart for God.
Unfelt trial is no trial; certainly, it would be an unsanctified trial. Christ never meant Christians to be stoics.
Our glorious Jesus plays the man beyond all other men. Boldest of the sons of men, he does not quail in the hour of battle, but tunes his voice to loftiest psalmody.
Pardon is free to you, but it cost him his all; and, because of what it cost him, you feel that you must not sin again.
No man has any right to salvation. We have all forfeited all claim of merit; so, when the Lord gives his mercy, he gives it wherever he pleases.
Christ is the point of union for all the soldiers of the cross. I know of no other place where all Christians can meet.
There is far more power with God in the humble acknowledgment of sinfulness than in a boastful claim of cleanliness.
Self-righteousness is a great cheat. The man who gets most comfort out of it simply gets that comfort because he is ignorant.
From the most minute to the most magnificent, all creatures feel the sway of order, and they well observe the laws imposed by their Creator.
I wonder whether there is any man here, who once declared, and probably believed, that he was a Christian, but who has now given up even the name of Christian.
Conflicts bring experience, and experience brings that growth in grace which is not to be attained by any other means.
Do not let provision for your temporal needs be the chief end of your life, for this is what the heathen do.
Not one redeemed soul would ever have seen the everlasting glory unless it had been for the pardoning mercy of God.
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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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