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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.”
We pass by joyful people without a thought; but when we see the signs of woe we pause, and sympathize even if we dare not enquire.
What a comfort it is to leave the arena of controversy for the green pastures of revelation!
This passage occurs in a discourse of our Saviour against despising one of those little ones who believe in him.
In the worst of times that can ever happen, there is still salvation for men.
It is a great wonder; but Jehovah is a God of wonders, and in the kingdom of his grace miracles are common things.
Be sure of this, that the less you value your own righteousness, the more you will seek after true holiness.
Men are microcosms, or little worlds: each man has his distinct sphere, where he dwells by himself.
The salvation of the dying thief is an outstanding example of the power of Christ to save, and of his abundant willingness to receive all who come to him.
Paul was a man of one idea. The gospel of Christ had saturated his soul as the dew saturated Gideon’s fleece.
The Thessalonians not only received the word with the joy of the Holy Spirit, but also became zealous in making it known.
Three hundred sixty-four days in the year the teaching was, “No admission”: one day out of the year the teaching was, “A way of access will yet be shown.”
It is the Holy Spirit who takes the things of Christ, and shows them to us; and these things are true, and so he proves himself to be the Spirit of truth.
No themes can exceed in importance repentance and faith, and these need to be brought very frequently before the minds of our congregations.
“Come and break your fast” falls very condescendingly from his lips, and it proves to us how he cares for the temporal needs of the poor.
Here you have a man drawn to the life: he is poor, and of a contrite spirit, and trembles at the Word of the Lord.
In addition to what his Father gives him, it is worthy of contemplation that our Lord has taken, in his life conflict, great spoils with his own hands.
What a blessed thing it is that the child of God knows and feels that this is true: wherever he fails, he will succeed at the throne!
Because Christ is guileless, therefore he singles out the man with a guileless heart, and at once commends him and welcomes him.
Even as the Sun of Righteousness brings healing beneath his wings, so the Holy Spirit brings all that is living to us all.
One of the best positions for our heart is at Jesus’ feet. Here we may fall, or here we may sit, and follow excellent examples to our very great benefit.
Oh sweet love of Christ, so practical, so preeminent, so prevenient! Let us ask for grace so that we may imitate it.
Friends, it was an extremely encouraging thing to Solomon that the Lord should appear to him before the beginning of his great work of building the temple.
The best of men may die in poverty: here is the widow of a prophet left in destitution. Our concern for her is tender.
May we be blessed by being made spiritual fathers to many who shall be brought by us to receive life, pardon, peace, and holiness, through our Lord Jesus.
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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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