Great Sermon! Thank you for this great ministry. As a preacher myself I enjoy good preaching, and I have listened to many gifted preachers over the years, but Spurgeon continues to be the "Prince of Preachers."
Great Sermon! How I would have loved to sat under this great man's outstanding preaching. This was most encouraging at a time when I really, really needed it. I have been encouraged to RUN to Christ in prayer.
Great Sermon! This message showed not the what to do but rather exposed that which I do that I shouldn't I find myself drawn even closer to my Saviour. To love and adore him more,better and with much reverence than I have. Much conviction. Great is the Word of God.
Great Sermon! LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR,,,WAT AN EXCELLENT SERMON,,,IM SITTING HERE AT WORK WITH A CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BELIEVER TO LISTENING TO ONE OF THE BEST PREACHERS OF ALLLL TIME,,,SOOO CONVICTING,,,NO MATTER WAT HE TELLS ME TO LOVE MY NEIGHBOUR,,,WAT A TREAT I CAN LISTEN TO SPURGEON AT WORK, AT HOME,WHEREVER I CAN,,,THANK U LORD FOR THESE GREAT PREACHERS THAT TEACH ME WAT I NEED TO KNOW WHAT IT IS UUU WANT ME TO KNOW,,,LOVE EVERYONE N HE WILL LOVE UUU,,,PRAISE THE LORD,,,
Great Sermon! Amazing what a sermon! One of the finest sermons (perhaps his finest) by one of the finest preachers of all time. Talk about the very best from Spurgeon. This classic of classics is in the same class as Jesus Christ's Sermon on the Mount or Jonathon Edwards' finest Sinners In The Hands of an Angry God
More importantly the message do something brethren! Forsake your evil ways put your faith and trust in Jesus Christ and obey the Great Commission.
Excellent Readiing of a Passionate Sermon Like sitting in the pew in 1865, it was, as I listened attently to Surgeon's pleading and comppeling words. I thought at first, myself having already been saved, that I'd be reminded to pray and exert others to their salvation and the good news of the gospel, but bye the closing, I found it was my heart that was most in need of correction. Truly, His word do never come back void, be it 1865 or July 8, 2013.