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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.”
Christians believe that this body which we now inhabit, though it must die and see corruption, shall be raised again from the dust
We dream that our temptations are worse than those of our fathers, but they are not. We imagine that the Church is subject to worse diseases than in her early days, but it is not so.
True religion is not a thing that can be acquired by carelessness or neglect; we must take heed, or we shall never be found in the narrow way.
There is one solemn thought which deeply impresses the man who is right at heart, but who sees his own foolishness and sin, and mourns it; and that thought is, that God sees it.
It clearly appears that the Christian life is one of continuous progress. It would be so without a break if we were more careful, and lived nearer to God.
Our Lord Jesus Christ has suffered for sin, and he has suffered to the utmost extent, for he has paid the death-penalty on his people’s behalf.
Beloved friends, there are many lights in which we can see sin; and our perception of sin very much depends on the light in which we look at it.
My text is all about repentance; it is an exhortation from God, very brief and thought-provoking, but very earnest and plain: “Return now everyone from his evil way.”
When you are very merry, do not confine your mirth within your own soul, but sing psalms so that others may hear your gladness.
We are told that God looked out of heaven to see if there were any who had understanding, who sought after God.
Our text alludes to certain differences between the consequences of Adam’s representation and that of Christ.
I want you, dear friends, because there are good reasons for it, to resolve that you will be glad in the Lord.
Let us, dear friends, always look on Christ as the great Standard-Bearer of all the hosts of God.
I saw this text advertised as being printed in colours, and it was called, “Mr. Moody’s Text.”
Are not all things his workmanship, from the heights of heaven down to the deep places of the earth?
A believer in Christ is not long without finding joy. He is in the land which flows with milk and honey, and he will get a sip of sweetness very soon.
A life so full of the lovingkindness of the Lord should yield more praise to God than any one tongue can possibly utter.
The apostle James was always very practical. He never minces words. He hits the nail on the head every time.
If those of us who are teachers of others will only go around with our eyes open, we shall find plenty of illustrations of the truths we have to proclaim.
This is a good saying, a true saying, a humble saying, and a gracious saying; and I say again, the more often it is repeated, the better: “I said, ‘Lord, be merciful to me.’ ”
We meet together here with two objects; first, there is the preacher’s object, that is, to present and to proclaim the blessings of the covenant of grace.
The apostle has told us that there will come in the last days scoffers. We, therefore, know this is to be the case, for we have been informed concerning it.
It is shameful that all good should come from God, and yet that man should be ungrateful to him who is the great source of it all.
It is observable here, and it is to be noted in a great many other places besides, that God’s richest blessing often falls on those who have been the most tried.
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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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