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.

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.

Jul 9

Light and Darkness by Charles Spurgeon

A believer has two principles at work within him.

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!

Aug 13

I Will Remember My Covenant by Charles Spurgeon

It is not my remembering God, it is God's remembering me which is the ground of my safety.

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.

Jun 11

It is Finished by Charles Spurgeon

Sin hath no more dominion over us.

Apr 24, 2016

I Know That My Redeemer Lives by Charles Spurgeon

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

Jun 4

How Sweet is the Savior! by Charles Spurgeon

How sweet it is to behold the Saviour communing with his own beloved people!

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.

Oct 9, 2016

He Will Keep You From Falling by Charles Spurgeon

Only an Almighty arm can preserve us from these unseen foes, who are seeking to destroy us.

Dec 11, 2016

He Who Calls is Faithful by Charles Spurgeon

Look upon him, the great Surety of the covenant, as faithful and true.

Feb 12

He Shall Give You a Comforter by Charles Spurgeon

The Holy Ghost is no temporary gift, he abides with the saints.

Aug 14, 2016

He Knows Your Sorrows by Charles Spurgeon

The child is cheered as he sings, "This my father knows;" and shall not we be comforted as we discern that our dear Friend and tender soul-husband knows all about us?

May 29, 2016

He Hates Wickedness So Much, He Died to Kill It by Charles Spurgeon

He hated wickedness, so much that he bled to wound it to the heart; he died that it might die; he was buried that he might bury it in his tomb; and he rose that he might forever trample it beneath his feet.

Apr 9

Greatness by Goodness by Charles Spurgeon

How marvellous has been our experience of God's gentleness!

Oct 30, 2016

Gratitude Praises by Charles Spurgeon

To be silent over God's mercies is to incur the guilt of ingratitude.

Feb 19

Grace is Meant to be Shared by Charles Spurgeon

I will not believe that thou hast tasted of the honey of the gospel if thou canst eat it all thyself.

May 1, 2016

Go To Thy Rest Rejoicing by Charles Spurgeon

Dost thou think, O Christian, that thou canst measure the love of Christ?

Feb 26

God Saves You All by Himself by Charles Spurgeon

Whatever I have, all my goodness is of the Lord alone.

Jan 15

Give Yourself to Prayer by Charles Spurgeon

The common fault with the most of us is our readiness to yield to distractions.

Mar 26

Freedom is Coming by Charles Spurgeon

The Surety is bound, and justice demands that those for whom he stands a substitute should go their way. In the midst of Egypt's bondage, that voice rings as a word of power, "Let these go their way."

Nov 27, 2016

Forgiveness According to His Riches by Charles Spurgeon

Could there be a sweeter word in any language than that word "forgiveness," when it sounds in a guilty sinner's ear?

Jul 10, 2016

Fellow Citizens with the Saints by Charles Spurgeon

The glory which belongs to beatified saints belongs to us.

Jan 17, 2016

Father Will Hold the Rope by Charles Spurgeon

Timid believers are afraid to begin to work for Jesus.

Mar 19

Faith Engages the Omnipotence of God by Charles Spurgeon

If we want blessings from God, nothing can fetch them down but faith.

May 15, 2016

Everyone Who Believes is Justified by Charles Spurgeon

Faith does not produce this fruit by-and-by, but now.

Jun 22, 2015

Even the Best Sermon Cannot Do Any Good Without a Savour of Christ In It by Charles Spurgeon

"I will go over hedge and ditch but I would get at my Master, for the sermon cannot do any good unless there is a savour of Christ in it."

Sep 10

Evening Wolves by Charles Spurgeon

May not the furious creature represent our doubts and fears after a day of distraction of mind?

Jul 3, 2016

Do You Suffer With Christ, For Christ? by Charles Spurgeon

If we do thus suffer, what is our "light affliction" compared with reigning with him?

Jul 31, 2016

Don't Stop Singing by Charles Spurgeon

By the love of Jesus, let us be stirred up to close the day with a psalm of sanctified gladness.

Jul 23

Don't Side with the World by Charles Spurgeon

Side with the afflicted people of God, and not with the world.

Dec 20, 2015

Do Not Be Dismayed When Your Soul is Troubled by Charles Spurgeon

The lesson of wisdom is, be not dismayed by soul-trouble. Count it no strange thing, but a part of ordinary ministerial experience.

May 21

Corn in Egypt by Charles Spurgeon

Believer, though all things are apparently against thee, rest assured that God has made a reservation on thy behalf.

Sep 25, 2016

Conscience Accuses Us No Longer by Charles Spurgeon

Judgment now decides for the sinner instead of against him.

Mar 27, 2016

Christ's Resurrection Guarantees Our Own by Charles Spurgeon

The regeneration which has taken place in those who believe has changed our spirit, and given to it eternal life.

Jan 24, 2016

Charles Spurgeon's Gospel Wakefulness by Charles Spurgeon

There and then the cloud was gone, the darkness had rolled away, and that moment I saw the sun.

Dec 27, 2015

Charles Spurgeon on The Incarnation by Charles Spurgeon

No aristocratic Christ have I to commend to you, but the Savior of the people, the Friend of publicans and sinners.

Nov 12, 2015

Charles Spurgeon on Counting Conversions by Charles Spurgeon

I am weary of this public bragging, this counting of unhatched chickens, this exhibition of doubtful spoils. Lay aside such numberings of the people, such idle pretence of certifying in half a minute that which will need the testing of a lifetime.

Oct 14, 2015

Blood-Sprinkled Words by Charles Spurgeon

Believe, I pray thee, and rest thee on the blood-sprinkled words of this wondrous Book.

Sep 11, 2016

Because There Are Spies Everywhere by Charles Spurgeon

Pilgrims travel as suspected persons through Vanity Fair. The espionage is everywhere.

Sep 24

A Wakened Heart by Charles Spurgeon

O that we may leave forever the couch of fleshly ease, and go forth with flaming torches to meet the coming Bridegroom!

Jan 8

Are You Unholy About Holiness? by Charles Spurgeon

Even our desires after holiness may be polluted by ill motives.

Jan 3, 2016

A New Year's Sermon from Spurgeon by Charles Spurgeon

We ought not, as men in Christ Jesus, to be carried away by a childish love of novelty, for we worship a God who is ever the same, and of whose years there is no end.

May 22, 2016

All Will Be Well by Charles Spurgeon

Oh, think not, believer, that your sorrows are out of God's plan; they are necessary parts of it.