Another quality eBook from Chapel Library (active Contents and footnotes)
"The Minister’s Self-Watch" is the first chapter in Charles Spurgeon’s Lectures to My Students.... More > Spurgeon’s Lectures contains great wisdom and advice for preachers. He addressed the Lectures to students at the Pastor’s College, a college Spurgeon instituted because he recognized the need for training pastors for the Gospel ministry. In fact, he called the college his “first-born and best beloved.” He also said, “This is my life’s work, to which I believe God has called me and therefore I must do it. To preach the Gospel myself, and to train others to do it, is my life’s object and aim.” The Pastor’s College trained hundreds of men during Spurgeon’s lifetime.
“The solemn work with which the Christian ministry concerns itself demands a man’s all, and that all at its best. To engage in it half-heartedly is an insult to God and man"—from Spurgeon’s Introduction to Lectures to My Students< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library (active contents and footnotes).
Spurgeon Gems is a collection of quotations from Spurgeon’s sermons, preached during the years 1880 through 1892.... More > The 280 quotations mostly consist of a few sentences up to a paragraph and are arranged into 34 relevant topics. Few if any preachers of the Word ever have preached the Gospel of the grace of God with greater clarity. These excerpts serve as an introduction to the writings of Spurgeon, a refreshing reminder of the glories of the Lord, and a summary of the doctrines proclaimed by this outstanding man of God.
Topical areas include: 1) About God, 2) Salvation, 3) Sanctification, 4) Wisdom, 5) Trials and Suffering, 6) Effective Prayer, 7) Family, 8) Evangelizing the Lost, 9) The Bible, 10) The Preacher and the Church< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library about the sobering doctrine of hell; articles include:
The Greatest Loss, J. C. Ryle (1816-1900): the eternal loss of the never dying soul.
What Is Hell? by... More > Edward Donnelly: a survey of hell, the evil host, and the damned.
Eternal Torment for the Wicked: Unavoidable and Intolerable, by Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758).
The Resurrection of Damnation, Samuel Davies (1723-1761): Christ’s glory as He pronounces His sentence on sinners.
The Torments of Loss, Thomas Boston (1676-1732): what those in hell lose for eternity.
The Torments of Soul, Edward Payson (1783-1827): the misery of the damned soul.
The Torments of Sense, Thomas Boston (1676-1732): what unrepentant sinners will suffer forever.
Exhortation to Escape Hell, Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758): flee from eternal destruction to pardoning grace.
Christ Has the Keys of Hell and of Death, Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892): Jesus Christ rules over heaven and hell.< Less