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This two volume set includes the Charles Haddon Spurgeon Autobiography Volume 1: The Early Years 1834-1860, and Volume 2: The Full Harvest 1861-1892. Hardcovers from Banner of Truth.
From the first years of childhood in rural Essex till that snow-swept Sunday in Colchester in 1850, and on to the first years of revival in London, Spurgeon pours out his story with an enthralling fullness and colour, yet all this is so done that we are everywhere drawn to the centre and passion of his life.
Spurgeon's last thirty years, from the building of the Metropolitan Tabernacle unitl his death in 1892, saw no fulfillment of the newspaper prophecy of his earl days, "Up like a rocket, down like a stick." In fact, Spurgeon is still popular today for his works as a preacher as well as an author, editor of a monthly magazine, founder and Director of his Pastors' College and as organizer of two orphanages and other institutions.
Number of Pages: 1086
Vendor: Banner of Truth