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Spurgeon Gems

Spurgeon Gems

Charles H. Spurgeon

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A quality eBook from Chapel Library (active Contents and footnotes)
Spurgeon Gems is a collection of quotations from Spurgeon’s sermons, preached during the years 1880 through 1892. The 280 quotations mostly consist of a few sentences up to a paragraph and are arranged into 34 relevant topics. Few if any preachers of the Word ever have preached the Gospel of the grace of God with greater clarity. These excerpts serve as an introduction to the writings of Spurgeon, a refreshing reminder of the glories of the Lord, and a summary of the doctrines proclaimed by this outstanding man of God.
Topical areas include:
1) About God
2) Salvation: The Message; Centered in Christ; Sin; Faith; Unbelief; Works; Man’s Responsibility; God’s Sovereignty; The Call
3) Sanctification: Obedience, Walking by Faith; Humility/Pride; Fear of God; Communion and Worship; False Profession; Worldliness
4) Wisdom
5) Trials and Suffering: Certainty; Slander; Christ as Conqueror; Hope; Perseverance; God’s Sovereignty
6) Prayer: Importance; How to Pray; Earnestness
7) Family
8) Evangelizing the Lost
9) The Bible
10) The Preacher and the Church: Preaching the Word; The Pastor as Shepherd; The Pastor and the Flock; The Church

Categories

eBooks » Christian Living

Properties

Producer:
Chapel Library
Binding:
Kindle Edition
Number of pages: 67
Release Date: 18.05.2012
Language: English
Format: Kindle eBook
Charles H. Spurgeon

Charles Haddon (C. H.) Spurgeon (1834-1892) was a British Baptist preacher. He started preaching at age 17, and quickly became famous. He is still known as the “Prince of Preachers,” and frequently had more than 10,000 people present to hear him preach at the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London. His sermons were printed in newspapers, translated into many languages, and published in many books.