Charles Spurgeon

I’ve recently started reading Spurgeon.  There is no planned schedule for my reading, but I try to read the Morning and Evening Spurgeon devotionals put out by HeartLight and sermons (occasionally)… Read More

Faithful Sayings: Charles Spurgeon

Treasure up these faithful sayings. Let them be the guides of our life, our comfort, and our instruction… Read More

“Mr. Spurgeon Strikes Again”… Twice

God is so good to continue blessing me in my lunch readings.  I have my lunch break at a school where I have the room to myself and the internet, so I can eat and read without interruption… Read More

Lamentations 3:24 — Spurgeon

It is not “The Lord is partly my portion,” nor “The Lord is in my portion”; but he himself makes up the sum total of my soul’s inheritance. Within the circumference of that circle lies all that we possess or desire. The Lord is my portion… Read More

Firm in Faith

I love when readings from two different sources on two different days speak in unison.  Last night during Bible study, we read Isaiah 7:9.  Today, the morning devotional (though on a different verse) from Spurgeon’s Morning & Evening series continued the discussion we had last night. “If you are not firm in faith, you will not be firm at all.” … Read More

Focus on Thy Redeemer

“I will help thee;” lay a stress on that word. If you read it so, there is one blow at your unbelief. “I will help thee,” saith the Redeemer. “Others may not, but I have loved thee with an everlasting love, and by the bands of my lovingkindness have I drawn thee. ‘I will help thee, though the earth forsake thee; though thy father and thy mother forsake thee, I will take thee up. Wilt thou doubt me? I have proved my love to thee. … Read More

Spurgeon on Prayer

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The Littles of our Little World — Spurgeon

God is always thinking upon us, never turns aside his mind from us, has us always before his eyes; and this is precisely as we would have it, for it would be dreadful to exist for a moment beyond the observation of our heavenly Father…. Read More

From Strength to Strength — Spurgeon

Fretful spirits sit down and trouble themselves about the future. “Alas!” say they, “we go from affliction to affliction.” Very true, O thou of little faith, but then thou goest from strength to strength also. Thou shalt never find a bundle of affliction which has not bound up in the midst of it sufficient grace…. Read More

Spurgeon for a Monday: “Nevertheless”

Wonderful meditation on Psalm 73:23… Read More

Spurgeon: And the Lord shall guide thee

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