Charles Spurgeon Treasury of David – Psalm 91

He shall cover thee with thy feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust. A wonderful expression! Had it been invented by an uninspired man it would have verged upon blasphemy, for who should dare to apply such words to the Infinite Jehovah? But as he himself authorized, yea, dictated the language, we have here … Continue reading Charles Spurgeon Treasury of David – Psalm 91

Charles Spurgeon – The Chaff Driven Away

It is said of the righteous man, that he“bringeth forth his fruit in his season.” “Not so the ungodly, not so,”—they bring forth no fruit; or if there be here and there a shrivelled grape upon the vine, it is brought forth in the wrong season when the genial heat of the sun cannot ripen … Continue reading Charles Spurgeon – The Chaff Driven Away

Charles Spurgeon – The Chaff Driven Away

It is said of the righteous man, that he“bringeth forth his fruit in his season.” “Not so the ungodly, not so,”—they bring forth no fruit; or if there be here and there a shriveled grape upon the vine, it is brought forth in the wrong season when the genial heat of the sun cannot ripen … Continue reading Charles Spurgeon – The Chaff Driven Away

Charles Spurgeon – Story of Spurgeon’s Conversion

I cried to God with groanings—I say it without exaggeration—groanings that cannot be uttered! And oh, how I sought, in my poor dark way, to overcome first one sin and then another, and so to do better, in God’s strength, against the enemies that assailed me, and not, thank God, altogether without success, though still … Continue reading Charles Spurgeon – Story of Spurgeon’s Conversion

Charles Spurgeon -Sermon for the Most Miserable

It is a most surprising thing that there should be in this world persons who have the richest consolation near to hand, and persistently refuse to partake of it. It seems so unnatural, that if we had not been convinced by abundant observation, we should deem it impossible that any miserable soul should refuse to be comforted.  

Charles Spurgeon – Sermon for the Most Miserable of Men

It is a most surprising thing that there should be in this world persons who have the richest consolation near to hand, and persistently refuse to partake of it. It seems so unnatural, that if we had not been convinced by abundant observation, we should deem it impossible that any miserable soul should refuse to be comforted. Sermon … Continue reading Charles Spurgeon – Sermon for the Most Miserable of Men