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This is a collection of eight sermons by Charles Spurgeon considering the gospel impact of the birth of Jesus Christ. It is a wonderful collection to read and reflect on during this season.
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The Gospel of the Kingdom was largely written during the last days of the great preacher’s life. ‘Such words acquire a solemnity and pathos with which nothing else could invest them’, wrote Mrs. Susannah Spurgeon when first introducing the volume in 1893 shortly after the death of her husband. We listen almost as to a voice ‘from the excellent glory’
In this short 31 day devotional format Spurgeon gives daily hope to the weary and warning to the proud and righteous. If you are looking to fill your day with weight that will keep you anchored through life’s storm this is a wonderful book.
This a collection of a few Spurgeon’s famous sermons which show the doctrines of grace from Scripture and urge the sinner to come to Christ for salvation.
I. Particular Redemption
II. Human Inability
III. Free Will—A Slave
V. Effectual Calling
VI. Final Perseverance
VII. The Doctrines of Grace Do Not Lead to Sin
VIII. Divine Sovereignty
IX. Sovereignty and Salvation
In these seven sermons, Charles Spurgeon shows the Christian what Christ has done on their behalf and urges the unbeliever to see their sin and take Christ as their savior, showing what he will conquer on their behalf if they will repent and believe.
I. Christ the End of the Law.
II. Christ the Conqueror of Satan.
III. Christ the Overcomer of the World.
IV. Christ the Maker of all things new.
V. Christ the Spoiler of Principalities and Powers.
VI. Christ the Destroyer of Death.
VII. Christ the Seeker and Saviour of the Lost.
Includes the original preface and hyperlinks to each chapter for easy navigation.
From John Wesley’s message of God’ love for fallen man to R. A. Torrey’s heartfelt tribute to John 3:16, Peter F. Gunther has compiled a collection of classic sermons that spans three centuries.
The effects of these dynamic sermons, preached by men like D. L. Moody, George Whitefield, and Charles Haddon Spurgeon, touched not only individual lives, but also entire cities and nations for the Lord.
An introduction to each sermon gives insight into each preacher and the events that provided the backdrop to his message. D. L. Moody looks back on the great Chicago fire and a sermon that broke his heart. Jonathan Edwards brought the town of Enfield, Connecticut to its knees with his sermon “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.”
Part of this collection includes:
“The Fire Sermon” by D. L. Moody
“God’s Love to Fallen Man” by John Wesley
“Fury Not in God” by Thomas Chalmers
“Accidents, Not Punishments” by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
“A Living Stone” by Handley C. G. Moule
Their message, as true today as it was then, still convicts, encourages, and inspires a new generation of people who hunger after the living God.