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Spurgeon Can Help Your Depression

The fact that you are reading this article indicates with a high degree of certainty that you have been depressed. If this is the case, you should be encouraged to know that you are not alone. The one we dub the “Prince of Preachers” was just that because he was also the “Prince of Pain.”

Depression was not merely “dullness, inertia, pessimism, and deep unhappiness,” as many of his Victorian...

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The Complete Sermons

Now out of print, we are making available online all of the sermons from the 63-volume “Works of Charles Spurgeon,” for free.

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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Spurgeon Can Help Your Depression

Nov 9 The fact that you are reading this article indicates with a high degree of certainty that you have been depressed. If this is the case, you should be encouraged to know that you are not alone. The one we dub the “Prince of Preachers” was just that because he was also the “Prince of Pain.” Depression was not merely “dullness, inertia, pessimism, and deep unhappiness,” as many of his Victorian...

Why He Named His Baby "Calvin Luther Spurgeon"

Nov 7 What's in a name? The Bible too has a lot to say about names. In biblical times, your name defined you. Jacob was born grabbing the heel of his brother. His name means “supplanter” or “holder of the heel.” Biblical names were often used to convey a message from God.  Hosea’s children had to bear names like “No Mercy” and “Not My People.”  In this post, Joseph Spurgeon shared why...

The Ghostly Tale of Spurgeon and the Séance of 1928

Oct 31 On October 21, 1928, the ghost of Charles Spurgeon was raised from the dead. Or so the clairvoyant claimed. In a series of séances supervised by Canadian surgeon and paranormal researcher Thomas Glen Hamilton, the “entity” of the late Victorian evangelist made his presence known several times to a group of hand-clasped gatherers. According to Hamilton’s published report, Spurgeon even requested a hymn to be sung. On this Halloween, check...

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Oct 26 Charles Spurgeon acknowledged that Luther “was not an absolutely perfect man” and “we neither endorse all that he said nor admire all that he did.” And yet God used this imperfect servant (as we all are) to recover the message of justification by faith alone, which was nothing less than a recovery of the gospel of grace. By this message, Luther “unlocked the dungeons of the human mind, and set...

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