The Kind of Revival We Need

Renowned Victorian preacher Charles Spurgeon spoke to approximately 10,000,000 during his lifetime. If anyone had the influence to call for revival, it was him. “How can we...

Faith and Repentance Inseparable

Charles Spurgeon was a great reformed preacher in the Victorian Era whose legacy continues today. He based the sermon “Faith and Repentance Inseparable” on the passage from...

Election

Nineteenth-century preacher Charles Spurgeon may have surprised some when he delivered this sermon on the doctrine of election. Though predestination aligned with Spurgeon’s...

Pride Catechized and Condemned

Surely Charles Spurgeon, one of the most prolific and important preachers of the 1800s, had plenty of reasons to be prideful. In this sermon, however, he notes that “Of all...

None But Jesus - Part 2

None But Jesus - Part 2 is a classic sermon by Charles Spurgeon, first delieved on February 17th, 1861 . This narration is beautifully performed by Bryan Nyman.

Around the Wicket Gate

The Wicket Gate is the term first coined by Paul Bunyan for the narrow path to Heaven. In Around the Wicket Gate, Spurgeon speaks to those who are near the gate but have not yet...

The Remembrance of Christ

In the opening of this sermon, Charles Spurgeon states, “It appears almost impossible that those who have been redeemed by the blood of the dying Lamb should ever forget their...

The Holy Ghost—The Great Teacher

The great English preacher Charles Spurgeon lived in the 1800s, but his lament over the current state of spirituality sounds quite contemporary. Spurgeon saw a severe lack of...

None But Jesus

None but Jesus is a classic sermon by Charles H. Spurgeon, first delivered on Sunday morning, February 17th 1861. Bryan Nyman beautifully narrates this rendition.

Farm Sermons

"Sermons to slingers and archers, to falconers and troubadours would now find scarce a reader; but farmers are as plentiful as ever, and discourses, designed for them will find...

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