What a wonderfully uplifting post by Sherry, of the “He Hath Said” blog. Be encouraged by the song “God Will Take Care of You” and by the “Prince of Preacher’s” sermon entitled “God Incarnate the End of Fear!”
Few can explain things like the Prince of Preachers.
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.
Sherry has put together a great combination here. Worship God through song and then listen to the Prince of Preachers preach. (I wish it was an actual recording of Mr. Spurgeon’s voice. A good reader will have to suffice.)
If you can’t make it to church, this is the next best thing!
You may want to read Pastor Jim’s (SLIMJIM) entire review before getting this free book. If you only read the quotes at the end of the review, you will have enough food for thought.
Charles H. Spurgeon. No Compromise. Pensacola, FL: Chapel Library, September 5th, 2014. 24 pp.
This is a sermon by Charles Spurgeon that he preached based upon Genesis 24:5-8. Spurgeon preached this on October 7, 1888 which would have been around the infamous time of the “Downgrade controversy” in which some of the churches in the Baptist Union that Spurgeon was a part of started watering down the Gospel. I read this book during a time that I needed to be encouraged while taking a stand on an issue that made others heated. Knowing Spurgeon’s own battle and that he delivered this sermon during the midst of that time really ministered to me.
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Unless you have been living a monastic existence (and maybe even then), you know that politics are in the air. This sermon was given almost five years ago. In it, Alistair Begg says this:
“…a combination of both politics and theology in order to silence Jesus Christ. In order to make sure that this story of someone dying for the sins of mankind is finally silenced once and for all.” (Just after the 6 minute mark)
I don’t think Pastor Begg is saying that all politics and theology are bad, only that they are good platforms whereby man can attempt to silence truth.
Pastor Begg’s message is partly about how Jesus answered those who continually pestered Him. Jesus asked,”Why put me to the test?”
At the end, important subjects are put in perspective.
The link above will take you to another good message by Pastor Mark Cain of Village Bible Church. Pastor Mark is a teacher/pastor and I am privileged to be able to get to hear him fairly often.
Just click on the link and click on “watch.” 🙂