Spurgeon on the Lord’s Supper

Spurgeon loved the Lord’s Supper because he loved Christ. Partaking of the bread and wine brought to his memory Jesus as his “covenant head and surety.” In Spurgeon’s day, many Christians in England were drifting towards Roman Catholicism and thus wrong practices of the Lord’s Supper. Seeking to protect his congregants from error, Spurgeon often reminded them the true meaning of the Lord’s Supper.
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