A great message from one of the greatest Christian communicators of the last few centuries.
This isn’t the clearest picture of the man. You can find hundreds of better ones on the internet. Mr. Spurgeon’s words are the focus here. I hope these words bless and instruct you as they have me.
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Wow I was going to read this booklet adapted from his sermon sometime in December but its great to see this is available online as a audio file/youtube too!
Hi Pastor Jim. I think I will be listening to this one more than once. I’m always blessed by someone else appreciates a talent like Mr. Spurgeon. His library and the world were his university. He would leave many of today’s seminaries because of the compromised nature of simple and good exegesis. The Bible is our primary source and Mr. Spurgeon faithfully helps us understand that source in sermon after sermon.
Amen. This year I developed a big hunger to read Spurgeon’s sermons and writings. He’s solid. He’s faithful to the Word; that’s how preacher can be truly relevant, as his example of being a Victorian era English baptist preachers demonstrate.
It’s a tribute to the man that so many different denominations are willing to quote him. He appears respected on all sides of traditional Christianity. The only place where he is not spoken of, as far as I can tell, is in these modern, doctrinally decrepit churches.
When I read my first bit of Spurgeon 30 or so years ago now, I had the same hunger you are describing. It was different from anything I had read up until that time and a true breath of fresh air.
Amen. Praise God the Lord has continued using Spurgeon even beyond the grave!