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.
Not the Doctor (4/24/2010)
from West Virginia
Amazing Sermon! This is a classic. No one could accuse Spurgeon of being a hyper-Calvinist with this message. He begs then thunders, he pleads then demands. Amazing sermon may God raise up more like him in this day.
Great Sermon! This preaching of Spurgeon "Compel Them to Come In" is one of the best sermons I have ever heard. He has really changed my view about evangelism. I was amazed to learned that we are also obliged by our Lord to compel people to come to Christ. All I thought at first was that we were only commanded to share His Word and that's it. Thank God my view was changed.
I hope to learn more about God and of God through Spurgeon's preaching of His Word.
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...