This book gathers together Spurgeon's thoughts on the subject, presenting a clear view of the exact nature of Christian faith and affording a glimpse of his great concern for those who had not yet put their trust in Christ. Spurgeon realised that he could influence the church beyond his lifetime if he could encourage future pastors to trust the Bible, love people and preach the truth fearlessly. To achieve this he collected his lectures to his college students and published this book.
It has been a classic of pastoral theology ever since and is still used to train ministers to this day.
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A wealth of Biblical meditations from Spurgeon with applications that are relevant for contemporary Christians. Christians young and old will find his words challenging and stimulating.
Complete and unabridged in a beautiful gloss black edition. Complete and unabridged in a beautiful matt black edition. A special gift edition of Spurgeon? Christians young and old will find his comments challenging, stimulating and direct. Reflecting on the life and influence of the Mary's of the Bible, an often neglected theme, Spurgeon illustrates their role and significance but never loses sight of the Saviour they loved.
This book brings together some of C. This book brings together, in a new way, a number of Charles Haddon Spurgeon's exhilarating teachings on Heaven. The writings of Spurgeon, in his typically beautiful and penetrating style, will deepen our anticipation of Heaven and challenge us to a closer walk with God. Spurgeon used to address his church at midweek meetings as well as the powerful sermons on Sundays.
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These addresses were generally more informal in tone and were designed to supply motivation for the church to pray. They are classic Spurgeon in a shorter format.
Together this collection is charming, challenging and cheering! If you wanted to find out how Spurgeon fuelled his church for everyday Christian living and a life of prayer then there is no better starting place. A beggar receives an invitation to attend the palace. A classic story of grace and mercy.
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Combined edition of John Ploughman? With wit and wisdom, Charles Spurgeon is able to make biblical principles easy to understand. The talks are based on a down-to-earth, hardworking ploughman writing about moral issues. Also includes illustrations included in the original editions of both books. Spurgeon was a formidable communicator?
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Spurgeon gave The Greatest Fight in the World almost as a last word to impart to his successors in the faith, his belief in the armoury of the Scripture, the armour of the church, and the strength that God gives us to fight. Spurgeon takes us through the whole process of the work of the Spirit in a believer? With a love for people and for telling about the Saviour, Spurgeon lays down a challenge to the unbeliever at every point.
This collection of works from C. Spurgeon offers a healing taste of his powerful ministry on our sorrows. Among the many and silent shades of sorrow, the sorrowing have a Savior. There is hope for the broken-hearted. Spurgeon was one of the most effective evangelists of all time. Under his ministry, Victorian London saw revival on a scale never seen since.
Yet Spurgeon would be the first to recognise that without God at work he could do nothing. The Soul Winner is a collection of his lectures to help people think through how God works and provides advice on evangelism and preaching. When Spurgeon spoke at communion meetings they were often times of great solemnity, sometimes times of rejoicing, but always times when God?
He was not only a great orator, but also a man with a warm pastoral heart. The times together around the Lord? Brothers and sisters, let us learn our need of a personal revelation, let us seek it if we have not yet received it; with a childlike spirit, let us seek it in Christ, for He only can reveal the Father to us; and when we have it let it be our joy that we see Him revealing it to others, and let this be our prayer, that the God of Jacob would yet bring others unto Christ, who shall rejoice in the light that has made glad our eyes.
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Another man was working in the rafters of an empty church when Spurgeon came in to test the acoustics. Those close to him said that Spurgeon himself credited his success to only one activity of his. Spurgeon was ever a man of prayer. Not that he spent any long periods of time in prayer but he lived in the spirit of communion with God.
Then, rising from his knees he went strolling on talking about this and that. The prayer was no parenthesis interjected, it was something that belonged as much to the habit of his mind as breathing did to the habit of his body. His public prayers were an inspiration and benediction, but his prayer with the family were to me more wonderful still. The beauty of them was ever striking: figures, symbols, citations of choice Scriptural emblems, all given with a spontaneity and naturalness that charmed the mind and moved the heart. Spurgeon, when bowed before God in family prayer, appeared a grander man even than when holding thousands spellbound by his oratory.
For us pastors and other Christians who feel that we are less gifted and capable than Charles Spurgeon, this knowledge should give us hope. Any handicap we have in ourselves can easily be compensated for with the effort and fervency and commitment we give to our prayer lives.
So, brothers and sisters, may be a year of prayer. For our good, the good of our ministries, and for the glory of God. Posts Website Twitter.