This is a choice selection of Charles Spurgeon's sermons based a particular book of the Bible. There are such sweet truths that calm the spirit, inspire our faith, and sharpen the senses. This collection makes for a great devotion, small group Bible study, or for personal reflection.
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On the first Sunday in the newly built, 5,600-seat Metropolitan Tabernacle in London, Spurgeon set things in perspective. It was 1861. He was 27 years old. He had been at his church since he was 19 and was now moving into a huge new building. I would propose that the subject of the ministry in this house, as long as this platform shall stand and as long as this house shall be frequented by worshippers, shall be the person of Jesus Christ. Spurgeon is considered by many to be one of the greatest preachers since the days of the apostles. He had preached over 600 times before he was 20 years old. In those pre-radio, pre-television, pre-internet days, his sermons sold about 20,000 copies a week being translated into 20 languages. The collected sermons fill 63 volumes equivalent to the 27 volume ninth edition of Encyclopedia Britannica, and “stands as the largest set of books by a single author in the history of Christianity.”9 There were no microphones and he projected his voice so that 5,000 people could hear him week in and week out.
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