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Charles Spurgeon

 

C.H. Spurgeon (1834-1892) was a Calvinistic Baptist minister in London who preached the Gospel to multitudes at a time when dreadful apostasy was entering Britain, when "the truth as it is in JesusĒ was largely being despised. He was known as the Last of the Puritans, and his sermons are an excellent introduction to Puritan teaching.  

 

Attempts at the Impossible

 

Godís Promises

 

Jerusalem's Broad Wall

 

The Blood of the Lamb the Conquering Weapon

 

The Devilís Work Destroyed