Resources by Phillip Ort

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Sermon of the Week: No. 170, "The Immutability of Christ"

Oct 22 For Charles Spurgeon the immutability of Christ provided a wealth of "useful, consoling, and practical lessons." The trials and tribulations of this changing world left his hearers' "hearts full of misery," but the matchless consolation of Christ provided an immoveable, unshakeable foundation for hope. In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon meditates upon the sweetness of his immutable, unchanging Lord Jesus Christ.

Sermon of the Week: No. 502, "A Jealous God"

Oct 15 The jealousy of God made Charles Spurgeon tremble with awe. God could not endure to see a creature "made to wear his crown," or the idols in the hearts of men. Indeed, for Spurgeon  one of the hardest "struggles" of the Christian life was to learn this lesson: "Not unto us, not unto us, but unto thy name be glory." In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon seeks...

Sermon of the Week: No. 228, "The Blood"

Oct 8 Charles Spurgeon reveled in the blood of Jesus Christ. That fountain “drawn from Immanuel’s veins” was the vermillion cement which ensured that “God’s people are always safe.” In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon explains the precious bounty of the blood of Jesus Christ.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1239, "A Vindication of the Doctrine of Justification by Faith"

Oct 1 Charles Spurgeon treasured the doctrine of justification by faith. However, in Spurgeon’s day the doctrine of justification by faith had come under attack. In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon engages in a vigorous defense of the doctrine of justification by faith.

Sermon of the Week: No. 958, "Dei Gratia"

Sep 27 Grace.  For Charles Spurgeon, God’s superabounding, overflowing grace was man’s “star of hope,” “wellspring of life,” and the “seed of his future bliss.” He believed that “No truth is more plainly taught” than this: “the salvation of sinners is entirely owing to the grace of God.” In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon unfolds the riches of the grace of God in Jesus Christ.

Sermon of the Week: No. 552, "Do You Know Him?"

Sep 17 Christ is precious. Spurgeon said of Christ, "I must know him; I cannot live without knowing him." This was because the "goodness" of Christ made Spurgeon "thirst," "pant," "faint," and even "die," from this longing to know "Him." In this Sermon of the Week we will join Spurgeon in reflecting on knowing Christ, the ultimate object of adoration.

Sermon of the Week: No. 107, "Faith"

Sep 10 Christians are the happiest people in the world, at least according to Charles Spurgeon. He claimed that "The chief end of man" was to "please God his Maker." Furthermore, pleasing God was best for man's "temporal and eternal welfare," as right relationship with God was bound to bring a "great amount of happiness," even if not in this life. In this Sermon of the Week we will read Spurgeon's defining...

Sermon of the Week: No. 1099, "The Man of Sorrows"

Sep 6 For Charles Spurgeon, “there [was] no remedy for sorrow underneath the sun like the sorrows of Immanuel.” The suffering of the Saviour was both a balm for the soul and a bolstering call to action. In this week we will read Charles Spurgeon's sermon "The Man of Sorrows" and discover how adoration for suferring, dying, and rising Saviour serves as the ultimate call to action.

Sermon of the Week: No. 850, "Soul Winning"

Aug 27 Charles Spurgeon loved evangelism. He was himself a firebrand bent on setting the world on fire with the saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ. In this Sermon of the Week we will read Charles Spurgeon's sermon "Soul Winning" and discover the foundational sermon which enventually became the classic work Soulwinner.

Sermon of the Week: No. 366, "The Silver Trumpet"

Aug 23 Charles Spurgeon loved the glory of God. He was captivated by the majestic greatness of God, and so he lamented that often saints and sinners have a “limited idea of the goodness of God.” In this Sermon of the Week we will read Charles Spurgeon's sermon "The Silver Trumpet" and see how Spurgeon saw the salvation provided by Jesus Christ as the beautiful intersection of the love, justice, and glory of God.