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Spurgeon inaugurated her book fund by distributing free copies of these books to needy pastors. All of Grace. The first book published by D.
Each book offers daily devotional reading. The first two have often been combined into one volume. Published posthumously, a collection of prayers from services in the Tabernacle. Homespun wisdom from a mythical farmer. The Greatest Fight in the World. London: Passmore and Alabaster, — The Life and Work of C.
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About Charles Haddon Spurgeon. Charles Haddon Spurgeon.
One look at his blessed person subjected to scourging and spitting for our sakes will give us more idea of his crown rights than anything besides. Look into his pierced heart as it pours out its life-flood for us, and all disputes about his sovereignty are ended in our hearts.
We own him Lord because we see how he loved. And regeneration was something he always expected to see as he preached the gospel. A friend of his once came to him, depressed because for three months of ministry he had not seen a single conversion. Regeneration, he saw, is a work of pure grace—and those the Lord regenerates, he will indwell.
Spurgeon loved life and saw the creation as a blessing from God to be enjoyed.
For tired ministers, he recommended:. Like us all, Spurgeon was uniquely himself. Spurgeon had! Grandiosity, religiosity, and humbug could all expect to be pricked on his wit. For him, joy was a theological matter and a manifestation of that happiness and cheer which is found in Christ alone. Christ wishes his people to be happy. When they are perfect, as he will make them in due time, they shall also be perfectly happy. Spurgeon was full of life and joy, but also suffered deeply with depression as a result of personal tragedies, illness, and stress.
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Today he would almost certainly be diagnosed as clinically depressed and treated with medication and therapy. Spurgeon believed that Christian ministers should expect a special degree of suffering to be given to them as a way of forming them for Christlike, compassionate ministry.
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Christ himself was made like his weak and tempted brothers in order that he might help those who are tempted Heb.