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19 Spurgeon Quotes About the Dangers of Money

Oct 12 “There it is,” said Spurgeon, pointing to a plaque. The words on the plaque read: “Jehovah Jireh” (the Lord will provide). “That is my bank,” said Spurgeon. “It never breaks, never suspends, never gets empty..."

4 Reasons Spurgeon Died Poor

Oct 10 Charles Spurgeon could have been one of the richest millionaires in London. Instead, he died poor.

19 Spurgeon Quotes for Coping with Stress and Anxiety

Oct 5 For most of his ministry, Spurgeon wobbled between illness and anxiety. He burned most of his calories preaching, teaching, writing, visiting, and giving himself to what his wife called the “multiplied labors of his exceptionally busy life” (Autobiography 2:16).

How Spurgeon’s Beard Launched His Ministry

Oct 3 What if I told you Spurgeon’s beard (or lack thereof) launched his ministry?

10 Spurgeon Quotes for Dealing with Betrayal

Sep 28 On April 23, 1888, Charles Spurgeon was betrayed by his brother, James.

21 Funniest Spurgeon Quotes

Sep 26 Charles Spurgeon took the gospel more seriously than he took himself.

The Reason Why America Burned Spurgeon’s Sermons and Sought to Kill Him

Sep 21 How did America respond to Spurgeon’s abolition? Here are a few published comments from different parts of the country: Florida:  Spurgeon is a “beef-eating, puffed-up, vain, over-righteous pharisaical, English blab-mouth.”

3 Ways Spurgeon Conquered His Secret Sin

Sep 15 For the past century, Charles Spurgeon’s strengths have often overshadowed his weaknesses. His biographers are largely to blame, painting the preacher as a superhero incapable of vice or vulnerability. Yet warts reveal as much as dimples do.

13 Spurgeon Quotes for Fighting Sin and Shame

Sep 12 Charles Spurgeon’s ministry was marked by physical and mental wounds. But there was a deeper grief – a sharper barb – that stung the preacher and his people: sin and shame.

10 Spurgeon Quotes for Wounded Christians

Sep 5 Even in the heat of public criticism, character assassination, physical setbacks, and emotional challenges, Spurgeon experienced the warm kindness of God.