Category Archives: Charles Spurgeon

The Perpetuity of the Church

“We will now occupy one or two minutes with THE CONSEQUENT PERPETUITY OF THE CHURCH. Because of the unseen but most certain presence of Christ as King in the midst of his people, his Church ABIDES—so says the text. Here … Continue reading

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“Immanuel” -Charles Spurgeon

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No Compromise

“This is the suggestion of the present hour: if the world will not come to Jesus, shall Jesus tone down his teachings to the world? In other words, if the world will not rise to the church, shall not the … Continue reading

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“Our Good Shepherd”

“He shall gather the lambs with his arm.” –Isaiah 40:11 “Our good Shepherd has in His flock a variety of experiences, some are strong in the Lord, and others are weak in faith, but He is impartial in His care … Continue reading

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The Hope of Heaven

“Our hope in Christ for the future is the mainspring and the mainstay of our joy here. It will animate our hearts to think often of heaven, for all that we can desire is promised there. Here we are weary … Continue reading

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Christ’s Dying Word for His Church

“The perfect satisfaction of the Father with Christ’s work for His people so that Christ could say, ‘It is finished,’ is a ground of solid comfort to His Church forevermore! Dear Friends, once more, take comfort from this, ‘It is finished,’ … Continue reading

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“The Pivots of History are Microscopic”

“On how small an incident the greatest results may hinge! The pivots of history are microscopic. Hence, it is most important for us to learn that the smallest trifles are as much arranged by the God of providence as the … Continue reading

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Spurgeon and the Down-Grade

Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892) was known as the Prince of Preachers, and for good reason.  His sermons were numerous (63 volumes worth), convicting, and Gospel-centered.  He preached up to ten times a week, to an estimated ten million people over the … Continue reading

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