Resources by Charles Spurgeon

Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) served as the Pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London, England for nearly forty years and is the founder of Spurgeon’s College. Having preached to over 10 million people in his lifetime and being widely considered the “Prince of Preachers,” Spurgeon published more words in the English language than any other Christian in history and baptized more than 14,000 converts.

Feb 7, 2016

You Must Get to the Very Christ, Not Just His Doctrine by Charles Spurgeon

While fullness is treasured up in Christ, it is not said to be treasured up in the doctrines of Christ.

Oct 2, 2016

You Are Greatly Beloved by Charles Spurgeon

Child of God, do you hesitate to appropriate this title?

Jan 22

Why You're Suffering by Charles Spurgeon

Sooner or later every bar of gold must pass through the fire.

Aug 28, 2016

Why You Must Sing Even When You Don't Feel Like It by Charles Spurgeon

There are times when we feel very barren. Prayer is lifeless, love is cold, faith is weak, each grace in the garden of our heart languishes and droops. In such a condition what are we to do?

Nov 8, 2015

Why Do We Not See Him? by Charles Spurgeon

To a great extent in spiritual things we get what we expect of the Lord.

May 8, 2016

Whole After 38 Years of Disease by Charles Spurgeon

Years are short to the happy and healthy; but thirty-eight years of disease must have dragged a very weary length along the life of the poor impotent man.

Oct 16, 2016

When People Let You Down by Charles Spurgeon

There are times in our spiritual experience when human counsel or sympathy, or religious ordinances, fail to comfort or help us. Why does our gracious God permit this?

Feb 21, 2016

When Faith Produces Fear by Charles Spurgeon

Those who have faith in God should show it by a holy fear.

Oct 31, 2015

Whenever God Does a Mighty Work, It Has Been By Some Very Insignifcant Instrument by Charles Spurgeon

God has done his mightiest works by the meanest instruments: that is a fact most true of all God’s works—Peter the fisherman at Pentecost, Luther the humble monk at the Reformation, Whitefield the potboy of the Old Bell Inn at Gloucester in the time of the last century’s revival; and so it must be to the end.

Apr 3, 2016

What Does It Mean to Preach Christ? by Charles Spurgeon

In order to preach the gospel fully, there must be a very clear description of the person of Christ.

Oct 23, 2016

To Whom Shall We Go? by Charles Spurgeon

 He appeals to you this morning--"Have I been a wilderness unto you?" Has not Jesus proved himself all-sufficient?

Apr 10, 2016

To Glory in The Cross Alone by Charles Spurgeon

Paul had the cross for his philosophy, the cross for his tradition, the cross for his gospel, the cross for his glory, and nothing else.

Aug 7, 2016

They Would Sooner Lose Mother or Father Than Part With Christ by Charles Spurgeon

Believers love Jesus with a deeper affection than they dare to give to any other being.

Nov 6, 2016

There is Power in the Blood by Charles Spurgeon

Blood, always precious, is priceless when it streams from Immanuel's side.

May 14

The Precious Blood of Christ by Charles Spurgeon

Standing at the foot of the cross, we see hands, and feet, and side, all distilling crimson streams of precious blood.

Aug 23, 2015

The Infinite Glory of the Cross by Charles Spurgeon

Atonement is a divine business; its sacrifice is infinite, even as the God who conceived it.

Jun 19, 2016

The Holy Ghost Who Fills by Charles Spurgeon

Would to God, that we might feel his presence this day and every day.

Feb 28, 2016

The God Who Acknowledges You by Charles Spurgeon

Oh, wondrous grace of God, that he owns his son when that son is still an Egyptian slave.

Feb 5

The Father Sent the Son to be the Savior of the World by Charles Spurgeon

Didst thou ever consider the depth of love in the heart of Jehovah, when God the Father equipped his Son for the great enterprise of mercy?

Mar 6, 2016

The Danger of Being 'Almost Persuaded' by Charles Spurgeon

You have often trembled while I have told you of your sins and of the wrath to come, but you have met your bad companion at the door, or you have gone home and attended parties of gaiety, and every godly thought has been quenched.

Nov 13, 2016

The Branch Can Bear Fruit of Itself by Charles Spurgeon

Oh! to trust Jesus for fruit as well as for life.

Dec 18, 2016

Take Your Heart to Calvary by Charles Spurgeon

Outward signs of religious emotion, are easily manifested and are frequently hypocritical; but to feel true repentance is far more difficult, and consequently far less common.

May 7

Take Up Thy Bed and Walk by Charles Spurgeon

It is a very sad reflection that tens of thousands are now waiting in the use of means, and ordinances, and vows, and resolutions, and have so waited time out of mind, in vain, utterly in vain.

Feb 14, 2016

Take God Into Your Daily Calculations by Charles Spurgeon

A great many persons go about their supposed lifework without thinking about God.

Jul 24, 2016

Stand Still by Charles Spurgeon

But Faith listens neither to Presumption, nor to Despair, nor to Cowardice, nor to Precipitancy, but it hears God say, "Stand still," and immovable as a rock it stands.

Jan 31, 2016

Spurgeon on Preaching with Feeling by Charles Spurgeon

A sinner has a heart as well as a head; a sinner has emotions as well as thoughts; and we must appeal to both.

Nov 26, 2015

Sing Habitually the Praises of the Father in Heaven by Charles Spurgeon

Let no thought distress you about death's coming to you at an unseasonable hour. Should it come to-morrow should it come now, if your faith is fixed on nothing less than Jesu's blood and righteousness, you shall see the face of God with acceptance.

Apr 16

Rise, for the Lord is Risen! by Charles Spurgeon

The resurrection is the corner-stone of the entire building of Christianity.

Nov 15, 2015

Rejoice and Be Exceedingly Glad! by Charles Spurgeon

He is not robbed of any glory, but his name is now surrounded with brighter lustre than ever.

Dec 6, 2015

Preach Christ or Go Home by Charles Spurgeon

If a man can preach one sermon without mentioning Christ’s name in it, it ought to be his last, certainly the last that any Christian ought to go to hear him preach.

Apr 2

Pray for God's Glory, Not Your Own by Charles Spurgeon

Such a petition, fervently presented, will elevate the spirit of all your devotions.

Jul 17, 2016

Our Darling Sin Must Die by Charles Spurgeon

Our darling sin must die. Spare it not for its much crying.

Dec 13, 2015

Oh, The Intensity of the Divine Love of the Father to the Son! by Charles Spurgeon

This Fall and this redemption, and the story as a whole, so far as the divine purpose is concerned, are the fruit of the Father’s love to the Son and his delight in glorifying the Son.

Nov 20, 2016

Oh, Lord, Plead My Cause! by Charles Spurgeon

O children of God, seek after a vital experience of the Lord's lovingkindness, and when you have it, speak positively of it; sing gratefully; shout triumphantly.

Mar 12

Nothing is Neutral by Charles Spurgeon

No neutralities can exist in religion.

Apr 23

More Than Conquerors by Charles Spurgeon

This is the only way to give it a death-blow.

Jun 26, 2016

Mind the Back Way to Hell by Charles Spurgeon

No greater eagerness will ever be seen among Satanic tormentors, than in that day when devils drag the hypocrite's soul down to perdition.

Jun 5, 2016

Lord, Shut Me In! by Charles Spurgeon

Noah was shut in away from all the world by the hand of divine love.

Mar 5

Lord, Give Us the Sense That We are Yours by Charles Spurgeon

Let me have a present, personal, infallible, indisputable sense that I am thine, and that thou art mine.

Jan 29

Looking to the Future with Hope by Charles Spurgeon

The joys of heaven will surely compensate for the sorrows of earth.

Aug 21, 2016

Like Two Men Trapped in the Snow by Charles Spurgeon

In order to become spiritually vigorous, we must seek the spiritual good of others.

Sep 18, 2016

Like Light and Heat from the Same Sun by Charles Spurgeon

Let faith and life be put together, and, like the two abutments of an arch, they will make our piety enduring.

Jun 12, 2016

Let Me No Longer Be Found Wanting by Charles Spurgeon

You will find it a holy exercise to read some psalm of David, and, as you meditate upon each verse, to ask yourself, "Can I say this? Have I felt as David felt?"

Jan 1

Let January Open With Joy

A New Year's Devotion from Charles Spurgeon

We open the gates of the year to the sweet strains of the harp of joy!

Apr 17, 2016

It's A Delightful Thing That God Should Make a Tree by Charles Spurgeon

One of the purest and most innocent of joys, apart from spiritual things, in which a man can indulge, is a joy in the works of God.

Apr 24, 2016

I Know That My Redeemer Lives by Charles Spurgeon

The marrow of Job's comfort lies in that little word "My."

Apr 30

How Precious Are Thy Thoughts, O God by Charles Spurgeon

Divine omniscience affords no comfort to the ungodly mind, but to the child of God it overflows with consolation.

May 28

Hoping in Memories by Charles Spurgeon

Thus memory may be, as Coleridge calls it, "the bosom-spring of joy."

Jan 10, 2016

His Name is Faithfulness by Charles Spurgeon

When God sets us on high, Satan himself cannot pull us down.