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8 Spurgeon Quotes on the Trinity

Nov 15  For Charles Spurgeon, knowing God was of great importance. Indeed, as e once said, “Nothing will so enlarge the intellect, nothing so magnify the whole soul of man, as a devout, earnest, continued investigation of the great subject of the Deity.” In recognition of Spurgeon's great delight in the "adorable Trinity in Unity," here are 8 quotes on the Trinity from the Prince of Preachers.

Sermon of the Week: No. 612, "Jesus Washing His Disciples' Feet"

Nov 12 Charles Haddon Spurgeon was amazed by the steadfast love of Christ. The same Christ who was girded "with the towel" would soon be "girt with the bands of death" in order to make propitaiton for his people. Spurgeon knew that "Christ's way of rising was going down" and that his abject humiliation would soon lead to unparalleled glorification. In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon plumbs the...

Sermon of the Week: No. 800, "The Centurion's Faith and Humility"

Nov 5 For Charles Spurgeon, the radical faith of Luke’s Roman centurion reminded him that “The greatest light may enter into the darkest places.” When it came to radical faith Spurgeon knew that often “the best pearls have been found in the darkest caves of ocean." Indeed, niether social or economic class could limit the strength of faith or personal virtue. In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon expounds upon...

The Relationship of Marriage

These be dainty words—a grateful anodyne for a troubled conscience. Such singular comfort is fitted to cheer up the soul, and put the brightest hue on all her prospects. The person to whom it is addressed hath an eminently happy position. Satan will be very busy with you, believer in Christ, to-night. He will say, “What right have you to believe that God is married to you?” He will remind...

Jeremiah 3:14

The Echo

The Echo “When thou saidst, Seek ye my face; my heart said unto thee, Thy face, Lord, will I seek.”—Psalm xxvii. 8.  THIS ready response to a divine call may be looked at in three ways. It may be said of it, first, that it is the natural duty of man to God, such as his responsibility to his Creator demands. I should not like to...

Psalm 27:8

Sermon of the Week: No. 445-446, "Resurrection - Christ the Firstfruits"

Oct 29 For Charles Spurgeon the historical reality of the resurrection was unassailable and essential. Not only was the resurrection "exceedingly well attested," it is also the "very basis of our holy faith." For Spurgeon the "silver thread of resurrection runs through all the blessings...and binds them together." In this Sermon of the Week joins us a Spurgeon relishes the richness of the resurrection of Christ.