Spoke to me directly! This sermon has really reassured me! I was worried that a deliberate sin I commited today had caused Christ to withdraw from me, but in him is fulness of grace, I get all my grace from him! I take nothing from myself. I am saved, not by my works, but by his grace and mercy of which there is no limit. Praise the LORD! :)
Great Sermon! Dear Brethren in christ,
Greetings to you all in the most precious name of our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ!
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OH...IT'S INCREDIBLE! How the Blood is so sufficient! This is one of those sermons that you will want to listen to over and over, and everytime a new Truth is revealed! It will make you want to sing about the blood, praise Him for that precious blood. Oh...if you in a state of lack, this message will fortify you! "Faith cometh by hearing..."
Thank you Lord for your servant C H Spurgeon!
Great Sermon! wow, I'm saved! I'm saved! Praise God I couldn't have done it on my own. I trust in nothing but the blood of Jesus Christ! Believer and non-believer alike, listen to this sermon, it's very good. Discover the most priceless and wonderous thing in the whole world, the blood of Christ.
A wonderful Sermon! This is a great sermon which, although it is being read by an American voice loses none of its spiritual force and power. As Spurgeon himself says in the course of the message one should set aside his prejudices and listen. Enjoy!
Thank you, Spurgeon. Once again, Spurgeon has challenged me to return to the basics: a sincere relationship with God expressing itself through prayer. This sermon has helped me to think of prayer in a different light, and has given me practical prayer advice. Thank you, Spurgeon.
So desparately needed!!! In this world of seeker friendly congregations and the lack of emphasis on repentance, this is a much needed message. I think many of us have forgotten what we are looking forward to and what we are being saved from. If you have forgotten that our God is a just Judge, please get this message.
Great Sermon! In every decision that we make, we need wisdom- godly wisdom. There are many ways we can manifest wisdom in life: Consistency in our character is wisdom. Being careful in our conversation is wisdom. Honesty in our dealings with others is wisdom. Walking the straight and narrow path of life is wisdom. Refusing to heed temptation is wisdom. Indeed, wisdom is important to all of us. We need godly wisdom. That is why listening to this message of C.H. Spurgeon will give us a clear idea that all the precious jewels of this world will not be compared to godly wisdom that God will give us. He encourages us to trust God so that we can gain wisdom. Hear this message now. Be attentive in your heart. Then, live a life of wisdom. When you do, you will learn to handle all matters wisely.
Great Sermon! Spurgeon has always had a special place in my Christian life. When I read his sermons, the Scripture speaks to me in amazing ways. He illustrated sound biblical truth with the most perfect analogies, stories, and challenges. While I speak his praise, I even more praise the God who made him such. Surely, from this sermon on instability, Spurgeon conveyed his humility and dependance upon his Creator. I pray that all who hear it would do the same.
Great Sermon! This is an amazing message from C.H. Spurgeon on how we have been justified through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus. We all have sinned and fall short of Godâ€™s glory. Hence, God demanded the payment of sin or else we will all be condemned, but Christ stood forward. He came in our behalf. He paid what His people owed. It was a complete and perfect payment for all our sins and the sins of all believers past or present. It was a priceless ransom that no one else can perform. It was precious. It was invaluable. It was costly. Only Christ can do it. He died for all of us the penalty that we should have paid. But He did not stay dead. He rose again from the grave. The resurrection was the proof that the Father has accepted the ransom price. It was a great triumph for all of us. This is the precious doctrine of justification by grace that we must proclaim. Truly, God deserves all honors for such a great redemption. Listen to this message carefully. Open your hearts to Godâ€™s voice. Come to Him and claim your salvation in Christ.
Great Sermon! C.H. Spurgeon has been so wise in preaching his every message for the purpose of edification of the saints and the conversion of sinners. This is one of those messages where such unique blending is found. He tells us that if we want to come to Christ, we must learn to renounce all our self-efforts. We cannot be saved if we have one hand on Christ while the other hand on self. We must come to Christ even if we are the worst sinners. We must put our soul in His care alone. Then, after we have come to Christ, we must grow in our commitment to Him. Faith in Christ is like climbing a mountain where we see Christâ€™s love and righteousness. The higher we climb, the greater our discoveries about Christ would be. The preacher then encourages us to rely entirely upon Him that must be continued as long as we live. He inspires us to give our full trust and confidence in Him. Hear this message now and by faith commit your soul in the hands of our Maker.
Great Sermon! I would like to express my appreciation to the broadcasters for making this and many more messages available to the public for their listening and meditation. Truly, you are doing a great job in this ministry. This is a wonderful message about a friend who sticks closer than a brother. Jesus indeed is our dear friend who sticks closer than a brother. Since our salvation from sin, such friendship has been evident even during our most difficult situation. His loving kindness is good to us. He has brought us back to our feet. He has forgiven our sins. From then on, Christ has never left us. Not one thing has failed from what he has promised. He knew all about us. Even if our love can grow cold, yet He loved us just the same. This is the emphasis of C.H. Spurgeon as he always points us to Christ. Let us therefore be firm and strong in maintaining our friendship with Christ. Hear this message now. Make Jesus your friend. Listen attentively. Meditate on these words. May God bless you real good.
Great Sermon! The people of God are called the "Elect of God". We are distinguished from the rest of mankind. We have been chosen. We have been foreordained. This great doctrine is very evident from the Scripture. In fact, the first century Christians are used to calling each other the "Elect." They were not ashamed of such a word. This was a description of who they were in Christ. But nowadays, the word election has been dressed up with diversities of meanings. No wonder, Christians are afraid to be called the "elect" of God. That is why the common question on "Will God elect some to salvation and at the same time elect others to condemnation" will not hold. If you have the Lord, then God has called you. We are the elect according to our own confession. It does not depend upon who wer are or what we have done. We are saved by His grace according to His own purpose. That is why we bown down under His sovereignty. Hear this message now. Lay aside your own prejudices. Listen calmly. Exercise your judgment. Then, God will give you wisdom. Be blessed.
Great Sermon! There are many forms and manifestations of unbelief in a person's life. Firstly, unbelief is simply the mistrust of God's power. But more than that, it is also doubt in God's immutability. Unbelief is when we think that God will not deliver us from our trials and afflictions. Unbelief is when we doubt even the ability of God to save worst sinners. But the most treacherous form of unbelief is when a person blasphemes God which is pure infidelity. For the least form of unbelief is of the same nature as the greatest. All these are sins. This is the sin of unbelief. It is the parent of all sin. It is capable of the violent crime that has ever been committed on earth. Even the greatest of all saints can doubt of God's love and power. We must therefore beware of cultivating unbelief in our hearts. We must learn to deal with unbelief. That is why C.H. Spurgeon warns us to get rid of all our unbelief. He challenges us to grow in our faith and in our obedience to Christ. He points us to Christ just as what he always does. We can be overcomer. Christ gives us victory. Listen to this message and believe with all your heart.