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Spurgeon on deacons

The Church owes an immeasurable debt of gratitude to those thousands of godly men who study her interests day and night, contribute largely of their substance, care for her poor, cheer her ministers, and in times of trouble and prosperity, … Continue reading

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Her saints shall shout aloud for joy (Psalm 132:16)

It would astonish and amuse a European stranger to hear these natives sing. They have not the least idea either of harmony or melody; noise is what they best understand, and he that sings the loudest is considered to sing … Continue reading

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A Christless Sermon is the Merriment of Hell

“O! how are our souls dissatisfied when we listen to a sermon destitute of Christ. There are some preachers who can manage to deliver a sermon and leave out Christ’s name altogether. Surely the true believer will stand like Mary … Continue reading

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Now That’s What I Call An Invitation

As a Gospel minister, how do you plead for sinners to turn to Christ while bowing before the sovereign work of the Holy Spirit? How do you genuinely, passionately, powerfully, call for faith and repentance, while exalting God as the … Continue reading

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