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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.”
When a great affliction comes to a house, a great blessing is coming too. Just as our tribulations abound, so do our consolations.
An immeasurable abyss yawns between the man who has even the smallest faith in Christ and the man who has none.
If in patience he can possess his soul when all the arrows of affliction are wounding him, he is a man indeed.
We do not suppose that Jonah thought that he could get away from God as for his omnipresence; but he wanted to escape serving in the divine presence.
Aaron was not appointed to bless the nations who were without God; but to bless the children of Israel.
Nothing so baffles the adversaries of the faith as to utter with unshaken confidence the truth of God.
I think there can be very little doubt that Peter is here quoting from: “Oh taste and see that the Lord is good.”
God sustains his people’s hearts by his own promises. In proportion to their faith those promises must lift them up.
I am afraid these eager days leave little time for meditation; yet there is no exercise more nourishing to faith, and love, and all the graces.
May we be helped this morning to learn something with regard to Ruin, Redemption, and Regeneration, from the passage now before us!
Trusting alone in God makes us grandly independent towards men.
When no other ray of comfort could be found, light came from the promise of the wondrous birth of him whose name is “God with us.”
Conversion by grace follows the proclamation of the doctrines of grace; for the word is with power.
This centurion was a worthy man from the human point of view; but he called himself unworthy when he turned towards our Lord.
The more we study the work of grace accomplished by God through his ministers, the more are we forced to ask, “Who is sufficient for these things?”
True faith, as the work of God, is not a thing to be put down: it is a conquering grace, and makes a brave fight against wicked unbelief.
Today, Christ is preached, and many will come to hear about him; but, alas, few receive the gospel into their hearts!
Peace is a condition of things greatly to be desired. To dread no outward disturbance, and to feel no inward storm — who does not desire such a state?
God’s truth is to be handled with vigorous plainness; for the Lord has said, “He who has my word, let him speak my word faithfully.”
Saints gain precious things from God’s poor and tried servants; and those who entertain the widow and the fatherless shall not go without reward.
If in anything there has been a falling short, may each member be determined that the responsibility shall not lie at his door!
Even a high priest, with all his “glory and beauty,” could not put away sin as before God without reference to the shedding of blood.
I have no voice with which to play the orator; I have only enough strength to be an earnest pleader with your souls.
When we have light enough to see what holiness is, and how desirable it is, then we should hunger and thirst after it.
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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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