Category Archives: Spurgeon

Charles Haddon Spurgeon: “The last of the great Puritans;” “The king of the preachers.”

If we have unity…

We can dispense with uniformity if we have unity; oneness of life truth and way; oneness in Christ Jesus; oneness of object and spirit – these we must have, or our assemblies will be synagogues of contention rather than churches … Continue reading

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You know you’re in trouble when…

Spurgeon commenting upon your commentary: “This is a poor and lean performance.”

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If God be one…

There is nothing that would render the true religion more lovely, or make more proselytes to it, than to see the professors of it tied together with the heart-strings of love. If God be one, let all that profess him … Continue reading

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The end of our fears

This also is the end of our fears for the church of God; for if the Lord dwell in her, she shall not be moved; if the Lord desire her, the devil cannot destroy her. CHS, ToD, VII: 108

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Heirloom and ensign…

Persecution is the heirloom and ensign of the church. CHS

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Sorrow and Resolve…

It is a mingled hymn of sorrow and strong resolve. CHS on Psalm 129

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Corner-stone of blessedness…

The fear of God is the corner-stone of all blessedness. CHS, ToD, VII:45

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