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C.H. Spurgeon: Why Are We Here?

Wisdom from Spurgeon on a question that believers sometimes ask themselves:  Why are we here?

We live unto the Lord.”-Romans 14:8

If God had willed it, each of us might have entered heaven at the moment of conversion. 328 more words

Christianity

The best and highest study of all

Tim Challies:

This powerful quote from Charles Spurgeon is from the introduction to a sermon he preached when he was just 20. Spurgeon called upon his church to commit themselves to the study of God—the best and highest study of all. 507 more words

Theology

Will I Forsake Him? {Spurgeon}

“Then all the disciples forsook Him and fled.” –Matthew 26:56

He never deserted them, but they in cowardly fear of their lives, fled from Him in the very beginning of His sufferings. 325 more words

Devotions

C.H. Spurgeon: A Quiet Heart

A quiet heart, another gem by Spurgeon..

1 Peter 3 (speaking to wives regarding adorning) “let it be the hidden man of the heart, in that which is not corruptible, even the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit, which is in the sight of God of great price.” (this verse added by me, not part of the original devotion) 233 more words

Christianity

The True Saint Abhors All Sin

Tim Challies:

Sometimes I just need to be reminded about the seriousness of sin. And sometimes I just need to be reminded off the slipperiness of sin. 435 more words

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Fear to Fear {Spurgeon}

Be not afraid of their faces: for I am with thee to deliver thee, saith the Lord. (Jeremiah 1:8)

Whenever fear comes in and makes us falter, we are in danger of falling into sin. 150 more words

Devotions

Repentance {Spurgeon}

“Just now some professedly Christian teachers are misleading many by saying that ‘repentance is only a change of mind.’ It is true that the original word does convey the idea of a change of mind; but the whole teaching of Scripture concerning the repentance which is not to be repented of is that it is a much more radical and complete change than is implied by our common phrase about changing one’s mind. 92 more words

C.H. Spurgeon