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The Gospel of the Kingdom

The Gospel of the Kingdom

by Charles Spurgeon

The Gospel of the Kingdom: A Popular Exposition of the Gospel of Matthew is Charles Haddon Spurgeon's only complete commentary of a New Testament book; with his only other commentary being The Treasury of David. He devoted two winters spent in the South of France to the production of this exposition. It was nearly finished when Spurgeon died. It was complete… Read more…

Only a Prayer Meeting

Only a Prayer Meeting

by Charles Spurgeon

Charles Haddon Spurgeon used to address his church at midweek meetings as well as the powerful sermons on Sundays. These addresses were generally more informal in tone and were designed to supply motivation for the church to pray. They are classic Spurgeon in a shorter format. Only a Prayer Meeting, a collection of forty shorter Spurgeon addresses, is cha… Read more…

Words of Cheer for Daily Life

Words of Cheer for Daily Life

by Charles Spurgeon

Although the "Prince of Preachers" Charles Haddon Spurgeon lived before the advent of modern psychology and counseling, he had deep insights into mental and spiritual elements of humankind. He experienced many of the trials of life that others encounter, both mentally and physically. Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) converted to Christianity at the age… Read more…

Eccentric Preachers

Eccentric Preachers

by Charles Spurgeon

Defining an "eccentric" as one who "does not tread the regular ring, but deviates more or less as he sees fit," C. H. Spurgeon writes of some of the greatest "eccentric" preachers in Christian history. Though they may have been called "eccentric" by the world, they were following a spiritual orbit in their work for the Lord. This work was originally a lectur… Read more…

Faith

Faith

by Charles Spurgeon

Nine devotional expositions on the way of salvation as stated in Scripture. "God has not put the treasure into the earthen vessel merely for the vessel's own sake, but that the treasure may afterwards be poured out from it, that others may thereby be enriched." Charles Haddon Spurgeon's remarks well illustrate his strong belief in passing on to others wh… Read more…

Parallel Classic Commentary on the Psalms

Parallel Classic Commentary on the Psalms

by John Calvin, Charles Spurgeon, Matthew Henry and Mark Water

This commentary on the Psalms comes from three of the greatest Bible commentators. Study the Psalms with the assistance of Matthew Henry, John Calvin, and Charles Spurgeon. The Psalms are an amazing collection of praise, prayer and prophecy, and these three giants of the faith bring out the most crucial elements, principles and applications of the Psalms. … Read more…

Christ

Christ's Glorious Achievements

by Charles Spurgeon

The popular view of Christianity today is a list of rules. Do's and Don't seems to be what it is all about. But if that's what we think Christianity is all about then we have a lot to learn. The key to understanding Christianity is not something we have to do, but rather something that Jesus Christ has already achieved on our behalf. Christ's Glorious Ach… Read more…

Flowers from a Puritain

Flowers from a Puritain's Garden

by Charles Spurgeon

Using statements of truth from the writing of the Puritan Thomas Manton, Charles Spurgeon has brought together words from the books of this great man in a devotional form which he "humbly hopes may be found profitable for reading in the chamber of private worship." The desire of Spurgeon for Flowers from a Puritan's Garden is that readers would become more … Read more…

John Ploughman

John Ploughman's Pictures

by Charles Spurgeon

“Every page is full of sayings well calculated to teach people the charms of religion, and the happiness attending sober industry.” — Christian World In John Ploughman's Pictures, beloved preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon offers more plain talk for plain people. To smite evil was Spurgeon's main endeavor in compiling this book which has a moral rathe… Read more…

Memories of Stambourne

Memories of Stambourne

by Charles Spurgeon

In the little book Memories of Stambourne, the last book he ever wrote, beloved pastor and preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon recounts stories of his childhood and youth at Stambourne, an English village where his grandfather was a minister. It was here that he received his education and first read books such as Pilgrim's Progress that would prove formative i… Read more…

The Salt Cellars

The Salt Cellars

by Charles Spurgeon

“The 'Salt-Cellars' might be safely commended, even to that vague and not very earnest personage, the general reader. Let him open the books where he may, he will find something to make him stop and read.” — Daily News “This is a book to be kept close at hand for a spare five minutes; there is not a sentence in it which does not fulfill the requir… Read more…

We Endeavour

We Endeavour

by Charles Spurgeon

From the "Prince of Preachers" Charles Haddon Spurgeon, this little book was written as helpful words for young people who wish to enter Christian service. Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) converted to Christianity at the age of fifteen. By the age of twenty-two, he was the most popular preacher in England, and remained so for the latter half of the 18… Read more…


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