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Human Inability By Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. “No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him.” —John 6:44 “Coming to Christ” is a very common... More > phrase in Holy Scripture. It is used to express those acts of the soul wherein, leaving at once our self-righteousness and our sins, we fly unto the Lord Jesus Christ, and receive His righteousness to be our covering, and His blood to be our atonement. Coming to Christ, then, embraces in it repentance, self-negation, and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, and it sums within itself all those things that are the necessary attendants of these great states of heart—such as the belief of the truth, earnestness of prayer to God, the submission of the soul to the precepts of God’s Gospel, and all those things that accompany the dawn of salvation in the soul. Coming to Christ is just the one essential thing for a sinner’s salvation. He that cometh not to Christ, do what he may or think what he may, is yet in “the gall of bitterness…< Less
Jesus Christ Our Righteousness By Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. “This is his name whereby he shall be called, The Lord our Righteousness.” —Jeremiah 23:6 Man by the fall sustained an infinite loss in... More > the matter of righteousness. He suffered the loss of a righteous nature, and then a two-fold loss of legal righteousness in the sight of God. Man sinned; he was therefore no longer innocent of transgression. Man did not keep the command; he therefore was guilty of the sin of omission. In that which he committed, and in that which he omitted, his original character for uprightness was completely wrecked. Jesus Christ came to undo the mischief of the fall for His people. So far as their sin concerned their breach of the command, that He has removed by His precious blood. His agony and bloody sweat have for ever taken away the consequences of sin from believers, seeing Christ did by His one sacrifice bear the penalty of that sin in His flesh. He, His own self, bare our sins in His own body on the tree…< Less
Psalm 139 By Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
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Another quality eBook from Chapel library. Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) provides a verse by verse commentary on this sacred hymn, Psalm 139. David sings of the omniscience and omnipresence of God,... More > which will overthrow the power of the wicked, dealing with them according to his justice. This holy song casts a clear light on the works and attributes of God, and presents a solemn warning against practical atheism, which makes shipwreck of the soul through its deliberate ignoring of God’s presence.< Less
Your Sanctification By Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) examines the doctrine of sanctification, affirming the threefold nature of the work accomplished by the Trinity and... More > demonstrating the value of real holiness. The three meanings of sanctification as used in the Old Testament (to set apart, to declare holy, to make holy) are explored to better understand how the word “sanctification” is used. Spurgeon describes the beginning of sanctification in regeneration, the way sanctification is carried out through mortification of sin, and the end of sanctification that Christ should put to death all our sins, making us perfect even as our Father is in heaven.< Less
True Prayer True Power By Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) urges us to look closely at our Saviour’s description of prayer in the text of Mark 11:24 and discern prayer’s... More > essential qualities. We are directed to earnestly desire the definite objects we plead for, believing that we will receive them, and immediately acting in a manner that demonstrates we have received them. Spurgeon next directs the reader to avoid an empty, merely habitual form of prayer, and seek instead to obtain that new life which allows the cultivation and continuance of the true spirit of prayer. Finally, Spurgeon directs the reader to look up and cry out to God for forgiveness for indifference toward this mighty weapon. May we rejoice, for the Master is awake and will give us what we need.< Less
Yet There Is Room By Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
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All strangers to the grace of God, who have never feasted at the Gospel banquet, Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) invites to come to Christ while “yet there is room”. Where is there room?... More > In the fountain opened for sin and uncleanness, in that chariot of love which carries the washed saints all the way to heaven, in the Father’s great adoptive family. And for your soul’s solace there is room for you in heaven. When is there room? Generations upon generations have marched along the Gospel road with the passage of time; but “yet there is room” for millions more. Why is there room? Because Christ offered an infinite sacrifice for the redemption of His people. Marvel at the vastness and grand design of God’s decree of election. Consider the power of Jesus’ plea and of the Holy Spirit’s agency. But if you will not consider, remember that if you will not have a room in heaven you will have a room in hell. Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ. It is impossible for you to believe and yet be lost.< Less
El tesoro de David By Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
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El tesoro de David fue publicado por primera vez en instalamientos mensuales durante un período de veinte años en Londres de la revista de Tabernáculo Metropolitano, La Espada y... More > la Llana. Secciones completadas fueron publicadas volumen por volumen, hasta que el volumen séptimo, y ultimo, fue lanzado en 1885. Es su obra magna y se ha convertido en una de las obras más valiosas de Spurgeon. Spurgeon dijo en el prefacio: "El estudio espléndido de los Salmos me ha dado ganancias sin límites y cada vez mayor placer; gratitud común me obliga a comunicar a los demás una parte del beneficio, con la oración que esto los indusca a buscar más por sí mismos. Que no tengo nada mejor de mi para ofrecer sobre este libro sin par, es para mí un motivo de pesar más profundo; que yo tenga algo que presentar esta sujeta a la gratitude al Señor de la gracia. He hecho mi mejor esfuerzo, pero, consciente de los muchos defectos, de todo corazón deseo que podría haber hecho mucho mejor " — C. H. Spurgeon< Less
Free Grace Broadcaster - Issue 217 - Comfort in Affliction By Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) et al.
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library (active contents and footnotes) The Free Grace Broadcaster is a quarterly digest of Christ-centered sermons and articles, mostly from prior centuries.... More > Each issue focuses on a different theme. The FGB is useful for personal study, discipleship, family worship, and sermon preparation. A. W. Pink (1886-1952): "Tried by Fire" Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892): "Cheer Up, My Dear Friends!". James Buchanan (1804-1870): "The Bible and Consolation". Thomas Brooks (1608-1680): "Good Comes through Affliction" Jerome Zanchius (1516-1590): "Comfort for Suffering Saints" Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892): "Beloved, and Yet Afflicted" – the account of Christ and Lazarus. A. W. Pink (1886-1952): "The Great Giver" – God the Father gave His holy Son, He will surely strengthen them when they suffer. Octavius Winslow (1808-1878): "Christ, the Fountain of Comfort" – true comfort comes from faith in Christ.< Less
Free Grace Broadcaster - Issue 218 - Self-denial By Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) et al.
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library, including active contents and footnotes. The Free Grace Broadcaster is a digest of Christ-centered sermons and articles from prior centuries. Each issue... More > focuses on a different theme. The FGB is useful for personal study, discipleship, family worship, and sermon preparation. Wilhelmus à Brakel (1635-1711): "Self-denial Defined" J. C. Ryle (1816-1900): "What It Costs to Be a Christian" A. W. Pink (1886-1952): "Cross-bearing" Richard Baxter (1615-1691): "Selfishness and Self-denial" Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892): "Learning Self-denial from Christ" John Calvin (1509-1564): "Christ’s Cross and Ours" Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892): "Family or Christ?" Thomas Manton (1620-1677): "Reasons for Self-denial" George Whitefield (1714-1770): "Motives to Self-denial"< Less

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