Wonderful Friend I was not there to bid farewell to the Prince of Preacher when this message was preached on the 8th of March 1857 but I know the Jesus Christ and the Lover of my Soul He talked about, and surely I will meet Spurgeon again because Lord Jesus died for me.
Great Sermon! If you find yourself questioning and fearing if you're really saved, this is the sermon for you. It is one of the most poignant sermons I've ever heard in my life. It made me realize that I was focusing more on myself than on Christ, and as soon as we do that, we start to "sink". Do yourself a favor and give this a listen!!!
Another Quality Semon from the Prince of Preachers I listened to this sermon and it instantly uplifted my soul. The main idea of the sermon is that God has His reasons for taking believers through different trials. Spurgeon explains some of those reasons why believers have to suffer. For instance, sometimes believers have to suffer in order to have the pride removed from their hearts. I never thought of suffering that way, but I'm thankful that Spurgeon brought that particular piece of truth to my attention.
Lastly, I've never been disappointed reading or listening to a sermon by Charles Spurgeon. Some are better than others, but they're all gems - sparkling like diamonds of truth in all their brilliance.
Practical Advice! Good practical advice by a good practical preacher. Prayer is absolutely essential to our life and struggle. All to often we take prayer for granted and forget to be objective and positive in the power of prayer which the Lord has given us to do.
Excellent Spurgeon again!
Wonderful Sermon This was such a powerful and wonderful sermon on how we are justified through nothing else than Jesus Christ, and that one must not trust in their works for them to save themselves only by Christ and Christ alone.
Thanks and God Bless!
Great Sermon! Indeed this is the most essential truth for Christians... He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us that we might become the righteousness of God in Him (2 Cor 5:21). May all who say they are Christians truly hold this truth in their hearts...This is the basis of a believer's salvation. Thanks be to God for this C.H.Spurgeon sermon! God bless us all!
Great Sermon! Peace is the believers legacy left by the lord ,lets make sure we let not satan or wanton sin deprive us of His peace ,His peace MUST riegn in our lives if we are to serve the lord effectively
Great Sermon! A powerful message that brings clear the authority, right and priviledge of all Christians to go to all the world preaching the gospel, the good news of the revelation of Christ Jesus, and the salvation possible for all mankind. Listening to this sermon makes my heart yearn to bring more souls to Christ, espeically to those friends around me to the knowledge and blessing of Christ and this necessary relationship.
Excellent! This sermon should illustrate clearly enough why Charles Spurgeon is considered 'The Prince of Preachers'. This was preached half way through the 19th century: and yet, the message still gets across, loud and cloud, when it is read out the way it was originally preached!
Preachers: please notice the excellent structure. A good structure is present in all his sermons. Also, notice how half of the sermon is taken up with actually looking at what the text says. Yet, Spurgeon has a way of doing this without it being really boring! It is so practical and descriptive and real. Spurgeon has a clear purpose and goal in mind: to help us be better at prayer. One of the best messages I have heard from him. It has really helped me personally and my friend, for we listened together!