As pastor-evangelist of the 6,000-seat Metropolitan Tabernacle in London, the largest congregation in the world, Charles Spurgeon displayed a gift for originality, commented on the events of his time, exhibited a strong social conscience, and was a skilled orator. His sermons are regarded as evangelical classics.
Gleaming with vivid imagery and practical application, this collection of twelve sermons offers treasures of wisdom for Lent, Easter, and throughout the year.
Preached throughout Spurgeon's 40-year ministry, each stand-alone message explores a specific event in the life of Jesus, allowing us to see God's ultimate revelation unfold.
Twelve sermons include:
- Communion with Christ and His People
- The Memorable Hymn
- Jesus Asleep on a Pillow
- Real Contact with Jesus
- Jesus, the Great Object of Astonishment
- The Sin-Bearer
- Redeemed Souls Freed from Fear
- The Believer Not an Orphan
- Mysterious Visits
- Over the Mountains
- The Spiced Wine of the Pomegranate
- I Will Give You Rest