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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 children of God are all subject to temptation; some of them are tempted more than others.
We have come to the end of another year. Better is the end of a year than its beginning.
God begins with men in “the day of small things”; so he began with us.
This is a Psalm of praise all through. It is all robust, exhilarating, and joyful.
This is the prayer of a man who understood the art of praise.
All true religion is preeminently the work of God.
Our text tells us of a case of real distress; and it shows us how a woman prayed when in an agony.
The great object for our souls to seek after is our God.
There is something very tender about the supper which Christ has instituted, for it very specially concerns himself.
The religion of Jesus is the most peaceful, mild, and benevolent religion which was ever promulgated.
The Lord Jesus Christ will not stay where he is not wanted; just as he told his disciples, when they were persecuted in one city, to flee to another.
There is a name of power. We will meditate for a while on that name, and consider each particular part of it.
Habakkuk had to prophesy to the people that God would eventually deliver them out of the hand of the Chaldeans, and send them better times.
Long before David’s time, the ark of the Lord had been almost forgotten by the children of Israel.
It is only right that people should feel an attachment to those who preach the gospel to them; but when it becomes almost a worship, they need a solemn reproof.
Both Israel and Judah, after long provocation of Jehovah, were carried away captive into the land of their enemies.
The first great message of mercy for a sinner is put into four short words in the eighth verse of this chapter: “Christ died for us.”
In the first stage of the Christian ministry, the thing to be striven for is that men should be pricked in the heart.
The God of the whole earth is a great Farmer; in fact, all farming operations are really dependent on him.
Let his Word be in you as salt to preserve you; and, as light first shining into you, and then streaming from you.
Job was an admirable man, but the Lord intended to make him even better.
Mary was evidently a woman well instructed in divine truth, and, though only young in years, she must have been deeply experienced in the things of God.
Perfection in Jesus Christ! What effect ought it to have on our hearts if it really is ours? Perfection! What do we know about it from Scripture?
Here Paul is arguing for the safety, the perseverance, and the ultimate perfection of the saints to whom he is writing.
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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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