Great Sermon! This sermon does not beat around the bush. It has it purpose and confronts the issues. The broadcaster is to be commended for his expression. This sermon provides the "handle" to discover God's will.
Excellent Sermon One of the best sermons I have heard in a long time. I have listened to it for days now over and over again. If you want a thorough definition on what Biblical repentance is, please, take a listen.
Awesome Sermon This sermon is the simplest and most edifying sermon about the saving faith of the Bible. There is no doubt that saving faith and repentence go hand in hand with each other and Spurgeon with his 26000 word vocabulary captures this truth well. If you want to know the truth about Biblical faith that leads to heaven look no further than this sermon from the man known as the "prince of preachers".
Great Sermon! Thank you for this great message which i needed to hear on how to pray i do feel blessed to hear from such a great preacher & am so happy to have found this site thank you in Jesus name
Great Sermon! I was attracted to hear this sermon as my current reading is AW Pink's study of Elijah, which book I can heartily recommend to all.
Rev Spurgeon's message contains the essentials of the nature and outcome of salvation, that glorious act of a sovereign God toward undeserving sinners such as I. Praise God for such faithful preaching, delivered to the people of a country known as Great Britain. How lamentable to see our once blessed land sunk now in depravity as biblical doctrines have been abandoned. May this word find a ready ear, and that of the multitude of the proud be rightly spurned.
"Help, LORD; for the godly man ceaseth; for the faithful fail from among the children of men."
Unbelievable Wow, The prince of preachers does it again. Wanna know how to pray, look no further, he just bout covers the whole deal. Mostly, be very very intentional with prayer. Grace and peace from the Lord Jesus Christ, b
Sagacious Sermon Being the daughter of a pastor, I recognised so acutely those categories he mentioned. His descriptions were most insightful, and not only that, but his warnings against them, effective.
I always enjoy his rich store of metaphors!
Great Sermon! I woke up this morning listening to a great sermon by CH Spurgeon. As I became aware what I was listening to I was overwhelmed by it and felt that this should be shared with everyone. I have often felt that God has given me a burden to pray and felt that by praying often or at specific times I feel God's presence. However, it happened early this morning and I sense the need for as many people as possible should hear this also. So I just want to encourage all who get this set apart some time in the next few days to find about 45 minutes to listen to this also: Maybe at the end of the day or try to get up an hour early in the morning or anytime during the day
A must hear for all who struggle with prayer. This was my first Spurgeon sermon and one I'll absolutely listen to many more times up ahead I'm sure. He has an incredible ability to hit home hard with the Truth regardless of whether it offended his audience, and that's something hugely lacking in many of today's preachers who preach a social happy Gospel of love, prosperity and a rare mention of sin! If you (like me) struggle in the area of prayer, then make sure you keep this one bookmarked, as it will absolutely inspire you next time you kneel before our Master. Thanks to all who've taken the time to record these awe-inspiring sermons which do sometimes need to be heard as opposed to just being read!
Great Sermon! I love so many of your sermons. I have learnt so much & have had God really move in my life from listening to them. Thank you so much for this wonderful website. Blessings, Brenda. (from: The "Land Downunder")
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! :)