Category Archives: Charles Spurgeon

Christ is the Hermeneutical Key

Perhaps to some this goes without saying, but I’m confident that most Bible readers don’t get this: they may have heard it, read it, or even preached it, but until it sinks in, really sinks in–this fact of Christ as … Continue reading

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Are Signs and Wonders for Today? by John Piper

“Virtually all the great pastors and teachers of history that I admire and that have fed me over the years belong to the first group who believe that signs and wonders were only for the apostolic age (John Calvin, Martin … Continue reading

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On Reading Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress

Outside of the Bible, it’s believed to be the most read.  19th century British preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon loved Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress: “Next to the Bible, the book I value most is John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress. I believe I have … Continue reading

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Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s Creed

The following is an excerpt from Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s first sermon at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, the church’s new location: “I would propose that the subject of the ministry in this house, as long as this platform shall stand, and as … Continue reading

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