Charles Spurgeon wrote these, classic, one-page daily devotions to be read each morning and evening to encourage his fellow believers. Over one hundred years later, Spurgeons devotions continue to encourage Christians with the message of God's love. Each meditation is founded on a single verse of Scripture, inspiring and exhorting readers to rely upon God's care for people and to respond to that love with ever deeper service. This edition features Scripture taken from the KJV, an imitation leather binding, silver gilded page edges, and a satin ribbon marker.
Format: Imitation Leather Number of Pages: 768 Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 7 X 4.5 (inches) ISBN: 1598566776 ISBN-13: 9781598566772 Availability: In Stock
Make the most of your mornings and evenings with Spurgeon's classic devotional--presented here in your choice of elegant bonded leather bindings and Scripture translations. Enjoy the original edition with Spurgeon's classic prose accompanied by the beautiful language of the King James Version of the Bible. Or select the gently updated edition which combines a contemporary language text revision with the fresh, meaningful prose of the New International Version. No matter which you choose, you'll appreciate Spurgeon's insight and wise counsel--and his love for and knowledge of the Word of God.
Meditating on two portions of Scripture each day--732 in all--with applications relevant for contemporary Christians, Spurgeon's characteristic comments hit home with a wit and style rarely found in other writings. These unabridged editions of his beloved devotional feature gilded page edges, a ribbon marker, and illuminated initial letters on each reading. A concise text index lets you discover what Spurgeon had to say on nearly every Biblical topic. And a topical index helps you find his thoughts and wisdom on specific issues you're dealing with right now.
Morning and Evening is a welcome gift for any occasion--and Spurgeon's reflections bring a special richness to personal time with the Lord, too!