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.

Jul 16

The Narrow Circle Thine Own Life by Charles Spurgeon

When thou bendest thy knee in prayer to God, limit not thy petition to the narrow circle of thine own life, tried though it be, but send out thy longing prayers for the church’s prosperity, “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem,” and thine own soul shall be refreshed.

Jul 9

“Happy Incidents” from God by Charles Spurgeon

Let us review our own lives. Surely in these we may discover some happy incidents, refreshing to ourselves and glorifying to our God.

Jun 25

Thy Redeemer is Yours by Charles Spurgeon

All the offices of Christ are held on our behalf. He is king for us, priest for us, and prophet for us.

Jun 18

The Key to Everlasting Paradise by Charles Spurgeon

What joy it will be to find that faith in him is the golden key to the everlasting doors.

Jun 11

Love Must Feed on Love by Charles Spurgeon

Love must feed on love. The very soul and life of our love to God is his love to us.

May 14

It Will Soon Be Light by Charles Spurgeon

“Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.” Psalm 30:5 Christian! If thou art in a night of trial, think of the morrow; cheer up thy heart with the thought of the coming of thy Lord. Be patient, for “Lo! He comes with clouds descending.” Be patient! The Husbandman waits until […]

May 7

A House For Your Soul by Charles Spurgeon

Do you want a house for your soul? Do you ask, “What is the purchase?” It is something less than proud human nature will like to give.

Apr 30

The Preciousness of God’s Thoughts for You by Charles Spurgeon

The Lord liveth and thinketh upon us, this is a truth far too precious for us to be lightly robbed of it.

Mar 19

The Bread From the Better Boaz by Charles Spurgeon

At every banquet of love there are many baskets of fragments left. Let us magnify the liberality of our glorious Boaz.

Mar 12

Love Thy Neighbor by Charles Spurgeon

He who dares the most, shall win the most; and if rough be thy path of love, tread it boldly, still loving thy neighbours through thick and thin.