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Sermon of the Week: No. 1047, "The Triumph of Christianity"

For Charles Spurgeon, the “Triumph of Christianity,” indeed the triumph of Christ, was a glorious theme. The atoning death of Christ was his “motive for attempting the spread of the gospel.” Simply, “because Jesus died we feel he must be glorified.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon expounds the present and future victories of the cross.

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