Great Sermon! What makes a Christian Christian? Doing something? Or believing something?
It's not both. Nothing wrong with being godly but it depends on the motive for it.
from eastern europe, Albania
Great Sermon! what Spurgeon said is true,and unfortunately such people are leading churches in Albania too. The Bible in Albania is still under attack and this time not by communism but by false pastors that by dismissing the study of the Bible have led many astray and away from God...............
DL Jenkins (9/5/2009)
The Lord's servant The good Lord blessed Mr. Spurgeon with eloquence in his speaking. This message should be heard by every person who calls himself a pastor, and every person who calls him or herself a christian. This sermon definitely hits the target, on those persons, who dare to make a mockery of the gospel. May the Lord open their eyes, so that they may repent.
Jon Speed (4/29/2003)
from Oakfield, NY
Great Sermon! A wonderful and much needed sermon for our time. Evangelical Christianity has for too long assumed that every aisle walker and every decision card signer is a true convert. May the Lord bless us to understand the doctrine of false conversions and to proclaim this truth in our churches. We must seek out this truth among the sermons of years gone by since it is not taught in Bible colleges or seminaries today. A great sermon on a much neglected truth.
Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-92) was England's best-known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. In 1854, just four years after his conversion, Spurgeon, then only 20, became pastor of London's famed New Park Street Church (formerly pastored by the...