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The Law Written on the Heart

October 29, 1882

The Law Written on the Heart   “After those days, saith the Lord, I will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts.”— Jeremiah xxxi. 33.   LAST Lord’s-day morning we spoke of the first great blessing of the covenant of grace, namely, the full forgiveness of sins. Then we dilated with delight upon …


Highlights from the First Five Years, S&T 1865-1869

February 24, 2021

The Sword and the Trowel began in January of 1865. Over the next 30+ years, this monthly magazine would become an effective instrument for the organization and cooperation of like-minded Baptists and evangelicals. As we have made the first five years of this magazine available on, here are a few articles to get you …

The Fainting Warrior

January 23, 1859

The Fainting Warrior   "O wretched man that I am I who shall deliver me from the body of this death? I thank God, through Jesus Christ our Lord."—Romans 7:24, 25        If I chose to occupy your time with controversial matter, I might prove to a demonstration that the apostle Paul is here describing his own …


The Christian- A Debtor

August 10, 1856

The Christian- A Debtor   "Therefore, brethren, we are debtors."—Romans 8:12        Observe the title whereby he addressed the Church—"Brethren." It was the gospel which taught Paul how to say brother. If he had not been a Christian, his Jewish dignity would never have condescended to call a Roman—"brother;" for a Jew sneered at the Gentile, and called him …


Saying Goodbye to a Pastor – Feb. 7, 1892

August 9, 2022

Charles Haddon Spurgeon entered everlasting rest on January 31, 1892. While it may be true that Christendom lost one of her best preachers, it must not be forgotten that a local church, the Metropolitan Tabernacle, lost her faithful lead undershepherd. Though in mourning, the church sought to press on in obedience to the Lord in its worship and work. The following statement from the …

Withholding Corn

July 30, 1865

Withholding Corn   “He that withholdeth corn, the people shall curse him: but blessing shall be upon the head of him that selleth it.” — Prov. 11:26.   IF I dared, I should always preach upon the comfortable promises and gracious doctrines of God’s Word. I find it most delightful and easy work to expatiate upon those themes of …


Counseling from the Pulpit: Spurgeon on Anxiety

December 8, 2020

Between COVID-19 and the presidential election, this year’s events have contributed to and exposed the always present sin of anxiety. Recently, the New York Times published an article highlighting a remedy—edible marijuana—which grows in usage and acceptability in our society. To combat the stress caused by the November 3rd election, some people turned to a …

Soul Winning: C. S. Lovett vs. C. H. Spurgeon

April 5, 2022

In 1959, C. S. Lovett, pastor of Baldwin Park Baptist Church, published his guide to personal evangelism, entitled Soul-Winning Made Easy. In it, he describes “the controlled conversation technique,” which “ignores excuses and complete side-steps the explosive area of religious debate.” Instead, Lovett focuses on Revelation 3: Jesus knocking on the door of our hearts …

A Symbol of the Invisible: Spurgeon and the Animal World

February 14, 2022

Introduction The 19th century was an age of empire for the Victorians, not only over the kingdoms of men but also over the animal kingdom. Animals were an indispensable part of everyday life. Even as people left the countryside for the city, animals continued to play an integral role in society. As cities expanded and the …

Spurgeon’s Parting Pastoral Words – Jan. 14, 1892

July 18, 2022

The final weeks of Spurgeon’s life were spent in sunny Menton, in southern France. Throughout his ministry, he had gone there to recover from his various ailments and overwork. Now, in the fall of 1891, Spurgeon was there once again. Under the care of his wife Susie and skilled doctors, the congregation fully expected him …