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Sermon of the Week: No. 1396, "Reasons for Turning to the Lord"

Sep 18 For Charles Haddon Spurgeon it was impossible to “think too well of God” or to “expect too much mercy from him.” Spurgeon modeled and declared a faith that “believes in the goodness of God” even when “smarting and suffering.” Indeed, he bore witness himself that “I never went to my Lord in vain.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon offers wise counsel for those burdened by...

Sermon of the Week: No. 932, "How God Condemned Sin"

Sep 3 Charles Spurgeon knew that “the law cannot forgive past sin.” Rather, the desperate sinner needed to believe that “Christ has been punished in his stead” for “if Jesus paid the debt, it is paid.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon exults in the glorious salvation found only in Christ.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1281, "'Lovest Thou Me?'"

Aug 26 For Charles Spurgeon, Jesus’ question “‘lovest thou me?’” was a “very large one” and “full of meaning.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon probes the profound question “‘lovest thou me?’” and highlights the believer's need for love for Jesus Christ.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1518, "Beloved, and Yet Afflicted"

Aug 19 For Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the example of Lazarus provided immense comfort. Specifically, that “Lazarus was permitted to be sick and to die” so that “his death and resurrection” would be “‘for the glory of God.’” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon counsels us how to bear our sufferings and sorrows well in light of eternity.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1111, "Motives for Steadfastness"

Aug 13 For Charles Spurgeon, the Apostle Paul was the “great master of doctrine.” In light of Paul’s example, Spurgeon believed that we must “never reckon that we have learned a doctrine till we have seen its bearing upon our lives.” In this Sermon of the Week join us as Spurgeon unfolds the implications of the promised resurrection and how that should urge Christians to stedfastness.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1476, "Jesus, the Judge"

Aug 5 For Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the gospel ministry was a serious and solemn commission. He believed that “every minister must speak, because he is commanded to speak” and “speak what he is commanded to speak,” a charge which also included the truth of God’s coming judgment through Jesus Christ. Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon challenges us to not neglect this urgent evangelistic task. 

Sermon of the Week: No. 1831, "Smoking Flax"

Jul 29 For Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Isaiah 42:3 provided great encouragement to “timorous, desponding, feeble-minded, and yet true-hearted believers.” He wanted them to “appropriate it to yourselves.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon demonstrates how the gracious love of Christ will not quench the “smoking flax” but “blow upon [it]…till the spark will rise into a flame.”

Sermon of the Week: No. 1778, "A Heavenly Pattern for Our Earthly Life""

Jul 24 For Charles Haddon Spurgeon, the certainty that God’s will would be done provided comfort. He steadfastly believed that “God wastes no consecrated life,” that “he has made nothing in vain,” and that “he ordains all things according to the counsel of his will, and that counsel never errs.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon labours to help us trust in God and seek to obey him wholeheartedly.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1704, "All Joy in All Trials"

Jul 17 For Charles Haddon Spurgeon, “true brotherly sympathy with believers in their trials” was a “main part of Christian fellowship.” In his experience, he found that “a certain amount of trouble appears to be needful” to bring out the “sugar of graciousness” in God’s people.Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon models how to grow and hold fast in the midst of the midst of the storm.

Sermon of the Week: No. 1557, "Walking Humbly with God"

Jul 8 Charles Spurgeon believed that the “worship of God is the subject of revelation, not of invention.” And in this Scripture God had commanded his people “to do justly,” to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God.” Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon explains how to walk humbly with God.