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Sermon of the Week: No. 745, "The Unsearchable Riches of Christ"

Jan 7 Charles Spurgeon believed with the Apostle Paul that it was “a great privilege to be allowed to preach the gospel.” It was not “drudgery” but was to be entered upon with “intense delight.” This was because as “Heralds of salvation” they carried “the most joyful of all messages.” In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon explores the depths of the "unsearchable riches of Christ."

Sermon of the Week: No. 1205, "All for Jesus"

Dec 31 Charles Spurgeon believed it was an “unrivalled honour and an unsurpassed delight” to be able to “do anything for Jesus.” Indeed, he was “insatiably ambitious” to bring honour to the Lord Jesus Christ. In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon exhorts and equips his congregation so that they may be "all for Christ."

Sermon of the Week: No. 109, "Going Home - Christmas Sermon"

Dec 24 When Charles Spurgeon wished that there were “twenty Christmas days in the year” it was because he knew that Christmas was a home-going testimony-telling opportunity. In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon shows how Christ’s command to “Go home…and tell” holds implications for Christmas as well.

Merry Christmas from C. H. Spurgeon

Dec 21 Charles Spurgeon loved Christmas, in fact, he once said, “I like Christmas; I wish it came six times a year.” But for Spurgeon the true significance of Christmas was that it “compelled” people to “think of the birth of Christ.” This Christmas join us in contemplating Christ's Incarnation, the miracle which "outmiracles miracle."

Sermon of the Week: No. 1029-30, "A Call to Holy Living"

Dec 18 For Charles Spurgeon the doctrine of justification by faith was foundational for the Christian life. In his view, it was a “very great fault” to neglect this doctrine, an error which could prove “fatal.” In this Sermon of the Week koin us as Spurgeon explains how the doctrine of justification by faith encourages, rather than hinders, personal holiness.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1010, "Light for Those Who Sit in Darkness"

Dec 13 Charles Spurgeon lamented that Jesus was a “prophet without honour” in his own country. But, as Spurgeon knew the “loss of Nazareth” proved to be the “gain of Galilee.” When Jesus Christ was rejected by men, he turned his tender gaze towards those likewise rejected who “sat in darkness.” In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon holds forth the light of Christ to those who sit in...

Sermon of the Week: No. 752, "The King in His Beauty"

Dec 3 Charles Spurgeon loved to gaze upon the “King in his beauty.” While Charles knew that Isaiah 33:17 referred to Hezekiah, he asserted that “We have a nobler King than Hezekiah; he is the King of kings and Lord of lords.” In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon reflects upon the beauty of Christ's kingship and redemptive work.

Sermon of the Week: No. 668-669, "Unity in Christ"

Nov 26 For Charles Spurgeon, Christ’s prayer for the unity of his people was not only his “most tender and touching prayer,” but it also “[opened] up to us his inmost heart.” In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon unpacks the beauty and implications of unity in Christ.

Giving Thanks with Charles Haddon Spurgeon

Nov 21 There is much in life for which to be thankful. Family, friends, food, and the changing color of the fall leaves are sweet gifts to be savoured and enjoyed. But, the best gift to be thankful for is Jesus Christ. This Thanksgiving join us in contemplating Christ and let Christ “flood the whole of [our] faculties” with thankfulness.

Sermon of the Week: No. 320, "Contentment"

Nov 19 It is difficult to be content. Indeed, Charles Spurgeon knew this well, which is why he considered contentment to be “not the least among [Paul’s] manifold acquisitions.” For Spurgeon, it was essential that we "be willing to go downwards, in order that Christ's name may ascend upwards." In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon plumbs the depths of Christian contentment so that Christ may be "glorified among...