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Charles H. Spurgeon. Struggles of Conscience.  Pensacola, FL: Chapel Library, April 23rd, 2014. 29 pp. 5 out of 5 This booklet is from a sermon by Charles Spurgeon that he preached on September 23, 1860 based in part upon Job 13:23 (it is a more topical sermon in the way that Spurgeon often gets a textual […]

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Charles H. Spurgeon. No Compromise.  Pensacola, FL: Chapel Library, September 5th, 2014. 24 pp. This is a sermon by Charles Spurgeon that he preached based upon Genesis 24:5-8.  Spurgeon preached this on October 7, 1888 which would have been around the infamous time of the “Downgrade controversy” in which some of the churches in the Baptist Union that […]

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Charles Spurgeon. The Need of Decision for the Truth. Scriptura Press, December 11th 2015. 23 pp. This was originally a chapter in Charles Spurgeon’s classic, Lectures to My Students.  Although it was originally preached and written in the 1800s the content of The Need of Decision for the Truth is relevant even for the twentieth-first century.  In the […]

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I thought this paragraph in which Spurgeon commented on minsters reading outside the Bible was thoughtful: Having given precedence to the inspired writings, neglect no field of knowledge. The presence of Jesus on the earth has sanctified the realms of nature, and what He has cleansed call not you common. All that your Father has […]

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  I love how this book begins with Spurgeon making the point that it is important to be grounded with right doctrines and the right Gospel early on as a Christian.  He even have a great illustration of this: “If a tree has to be taken up two or three times a year, you will […]

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For your Spurgeon fixing… Charles H. Spurgeon. Blood of the Lamb : The Conquering Weapon.  Pensacola, FL: Chapel Library, September 11th, 2014. 23 pp. This is an adaptation from an 1888 sermon by the famous preacher Charles Spurgeon.  Spurgeon’s message is based upon Revelation 12:11.  This sermon is about how the blood of Jesus Christ is the believers’ […]

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Charles H. Spurgeon. Soul Winning.  Pensacola, FL: Chapel Library, July 1st, 2015. 16 pp. This is an adaptation from an 1869 sermon by the famous preacher Charles Spurgeon.  Spurgeon’s message is based upon Proverbs 11:30 which in the King James says “He that winneth souls is wise.”  This booklet focuses on Christians evangelizing the lost.  Spurgeon explains the […]

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So you want to be a Pastor or be full time in the ministry?  I think a “must read” for those who are wondering if they are called to the ministry is from chapter two of Spurgeon’s book, Lectures to My Students.  I’ve recommended serveral different guys this chapter in the last month or so.  […]

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For part one, please see: Charles Spurgeon’s Thoughts on Open-Air Preaching: “A Sketch of its History” In our last post, we covered a brief sketch on open-air preaching’s history from Spurgeon’s analysis.  In this second post, we will gleaning off from Spurgeon’s analysis on open-air preaching  from more of a logistic’s end.  Here in this section, […]

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Charles Spurgeon’s thoughts are drawn out from his book Lectures to My Students from “Open Air Preaching–A Sketch of its History” (Spurgeon, C. H. Lectures to My Students: For the First Time–All Four Books in One, Complete & Unabridged. Pasadena TX: Pilgrim Publications, 1990). Spurgeon, the Prince of Preachers, has thoughts on open-air preaching that I […]

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This book is part of a series by Ligonier Ministries called “A Long Line of Godly Men Profile.”  I’ve enjoyed other books in this series and this one also live up to my expectation.  The author Steve Lawson himself is an excellent Reformed preacher which makes the book insightful since this is a biography of […]

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Purchase: Westminster | Amazon I’ve thoroughly enjoyed this biography, though the author insists throughout the work that this is really not a biography of Spurgeon per se, and was written to fill in the gaps that is often left out concerning the real Spurgeon that is contrary to the popularized image of Spurgeon according to […]

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Purchase: Westminster | Amazon I’ve enjoyed this work by Spurgeon, a good devotional for the pastor and those in ministry. Exhorts the readers to be faithful to the Word of God.  May I also add that this might be a devotional book for the apologist as well, to put the work they do in perspective […]

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Someone asked me a question: “How do you usually evangelize to someone who is illiterate who don’t know how to read and write at all?”  Some readers might think “Are there people illiterate in the 21st Century?”  The answer is yes for different reasons.  Here I thought I share my reply that I’ve further edited […]

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Christ, Mockers and Eternal Life Psalm 115 Establish the need: Have you ever hear people mock with “Where, now, is their God?”   Not to us, O Lord, not to us, But to Your name give glory Because of Your lovingkindness, because of Your [a]truth. 2 Why should the nations say, “Where, now, is their […]

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