Charles Haddon Spurgeon was called the “Prince of Preachers” for many reasons. His ministry not only shaped the city of London where he spent most of his life, he also…
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Courage. Some have it, and some don’t. Are courageous people simply born with more of it than others? Is courage part of an individual’s personality…or can anyone develop courage with…
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Eliza Spurgeon’s Prayers for Her Children
Before Charles Haddon Spurgeon could become the preacher that would lead thousands and thousands to faith in Christ, he had to come to faith in Christ, himself. While both of…
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Getting Saved During a Sound Check
When Charles Spurgeon moved to London to pastor New Park Street Baptist Church, the congregation had a problem: it was dwindling and dying. A mere two years later, the church…
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Charles H. Spurgeon on Missions
“Every Christian is either a missionary or an imposter.”
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What Do You Expect?
When you’re in God’s presence, do you expect great things from Him? Do you believe He will do what only He can do? Or has doubt caused you to lose your sense of wonder and anticipation? If so, you’re not alone.
Evidently, it happens to pastors, too.
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Reaching Sinners Spurgeon’s Way
Charles H. Spurgeon pastored thousands but impacted the lives of millions. The Church is indebted to the Prince of Preachers for his teaching, scholarship, and example. But those who were lost in their sin owed him much more.
That’s because he never gave up on them.
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Charles Spurgeon on Trials
“I have learned to kiss the wave that throws me against the Rock of Ages.”
“Defend the Bible? Would you defend a lion? Loose him; and let him go!”