Apr 1 For Charles Spurgeon “coming to Christ” was full of meaning. It expressed the “[act] of soul” whereby sinners left their “self-righteousness” and ran “unto the Lord Jesus Christ” in order to “receive his righteousness.” “Coming to Christ” was an all-encompassing response which embraced “repentance” and “faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.” In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon explains how sinners "come to Christ."
Mar 26 Charles Spurgeon believed that “there is a divine necessity that [King Jesus] must reign.” In his suffering, Christ was the “King of misery,” but, “To-day he is the King of glory, enthroned above all principalities and powers.” The King “once dishonoured” is “now exalted in the highest heaven.” In this sermon of the week join us as Spurgeon meditates upon the magnificent majesty of King Jesus.
Mar 18 Charles Spurgeon lamented that there were few who would “solemnly tell us of the judgment to come.” He saw his own era as that “evil generation” which “hath laboured to take away from God the sword of his justice.” In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon unpacks the nature of genuine repentance.
Mar 12 In his ministry, even Charles Spurgeon feared “preaching about the gospel” rather than “preaching the gospel.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon declares the solution to this fear, namely, returning to the "first principle of our faith," the precious blood of Christ.
Mar 4 For Charles Spurgeon there was no time like the present. Indeed, he believed that “time present is the only time I may ever have.” When it came to evangelism he believed that “Now is the accepted time,” and that “Now is the day of salvation.” In this Sermon of the Week join us Spurgeon explores the urgency of “now.”
Feb 25 What does it mean to be evangelical? To find out, join us over the next four weeks as we explore David Bebbington's now famous "Quadrilateral" through the life of Charles Haddon Spurgeon.
Feb 19 For Charles Spurgeon, the “eminence” of pretence “at the present hour” was greatly distressing. In this sermon he lamented that “counterfeit has at length attained to such an eminence” that it was “with the utmost difficulty” that it could be detected. Accordingly, Spurgeon sought to shine a light on hypocrisy and urged his congregation to “examine yourselves.” For those wanting to grow in discernment, please be encouraged to take up...
Feb 11 “The beloved!” Spurgeon relished this “golden name” which the ancient church ascribed to Jesus Christ. Indeed, this “beloved” was the “glory as of the only begotten of the Father” and the “consolation of Israel.” In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon expounds on the sweetness our beloved Saviour.
Feb 5 For Charles Spurgeon it was “no slight thing to be holy.” Furthermore, Spurgeon reveled that he had been “bought with a price.” Indeed, the precious blood of Christ demanded the highest degree of personal holiness. In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon meditates on the richness of being "bought with a price."
Jan 28 Charles Spurgeon fervently believed that “to obey is better than sacrifice,” especially when the command was to “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ.” In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon offers a pentrating examination of sinful, neglectful disobedience.