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What did Charles Spurgeon Preach at Christmas?

Have you ever wondered what Charles Spurgeon would preach at Christmas? Join us today as Jason G. Duesing shares a sampling of Spurgeon's Christmas preaching from the Lost Sermons of C. H. Spurgeon.

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Who is Spurgeon?

Whether you are new to Spurgeon, or a familiar friend, here are a few things you should know about Charles Haddon Spurgeon.

His Personal Library

For the first time ever: Spurgeon’s own writings & select volumes from Spurgeon’s personal library, complete with annotations, now available digitally and free of charge.

The Spurgeon Center

The Spurgeon Library is the premier center Spurgeon scholarship, housing nearly 6,000 volumes from Charles Spurgeon’s personal library.

The Lost Sermons

Never-before-published sermons from the Prince of Preachers now in print in elegant, full-color volumes from B&H Academic.

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What did Charles Spurgeon Preach at Christmas?

Dec 16 Have you ever wondered what Charles Spurgeon would preach at Christmas? Join us today as Jason G. Duesing shares a sampling of Spurgeon's Christmas preaching from the Lost Sermons of C. H. Spurgeon.

Sermon of the Week: No. 490, "Gracious Renewal"

Dec 10 For Charles Haddon Spurgeon, fresh consecration to the Lord Jesus Christ was incredibly precious. He believed that “No created thing standeth by itself” and that all life, physical and spiritual, must be nourished and sustained by God. Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon offers insight for those thirsting and seeking after spiritual renewal please take up and read.

Sermon of the Week: No. 730, "Let Not Your Hearts Be Troubled"

Dec 5 For Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Jesus’ words “Let not your hearts be troubled” were especially sweet. Spurgeon knew that life, especially the Christian life, would be marked by its own crosses and cares. Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon reminds us of Christ’s precious words. 

Sermon of the Week: No. 321, "Christ - Our Substitute"

Nov 26 Charles Spurgeon loved the doctrine of Christ’s substitutionary penal atonement. While his own culture passed him by Spurgeon stood “by that unmoving cross.” He could never accept the “namby-pamby sentimentalism which adores a Deity destitute of every masculine virtue.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon savour the substitution of the Son.

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