169+ Best Charles Spurgeon Quotes: Exclusive Selection

Charles Haddon Spurgeon was an English Particular Baptist preacher whose sermons were often spiced with humour. Spurgeon remains highly influential among Christians of various denominations, among whom he is known as the “Prince of Preachers”. Profoundly inspirational Charles Spurgeon quotes on the gospel, grace, friendship, prayer, god’s sovereignty and death will make you look at life differently.

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Famous Charles Spurgeon Quotes

A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes. – Charles Spurgeon

Nobody ever outgrows Scripture; the book widens and deepens with our years. – Charles Spurgeon

You may fear that the Lord has passed you by, but it is not so: he who counts the stars, and calls them by their names, is in no danger of forgetting his own children. He knows your case as thoroughly as if you were the only creature he ever made, or the only saint he ever loved. Approach him and be at peace. – Charles Spurgeon

The Bible is not the light of the world, it is the light of the Church. But the world does not read the Bible, the world reads Christians! “You are the light of the world.” – Charles Spurgeon

There must be a divorce between you and sin, or there can be no marriage between you and Christ. – Charles Spurgeon

If you have to give a carnival to get people to come to church, then you will have to keep giving carnivals to keep them coming back. – Charles Spurgeon

A prayerless church member is a hindrance. He is in the body like a rotting bone or a decayed tooth. Before long, since he does not contribute to the benefit of his brethren, he will become a danger and a sorrow to them. Neglect of private prayer is the locust which devours the strength of the church. – Charles Spurgeon

The more holy a man becomes, the more conscious he is of unholiness. – Charles Spurgeon

Christians are not so much in danger when they are persecuted as when they are admired. – Charles Spurgeon

Avoid a sugared gospel as you would shun sugar of lead. Seek the gospel which rips up and tears and cuts and wounds and hacks and even kills, for that is the gospel that makes alive again. And when you have found it, give good heed to it. Let it enter into your inmost being. As the rain soaks into the ground, so pray the Lord to let his gospel soak into your soul. – Charles Spurgeon

Satan always hates Christian fellowship; it is his policy to keep Christians apart. Anything which can divide saints from one another he delights in. He attaches far more importance to godly intercourse than we do. Since union is strength, he does his best to promote separation. – Charles Spurgeon

By perseverance the snail reached the ark. – Charles Spurgeon

Patience! patience! You are always in a hurry, but God is not. – Charles Spurgeon

If Christ is not all to you, He is nothing to you. He will never go into partnership as a part Savior of men. If He be something, He must be everything, and if He be not everything, He is nothing to you. – Charles Spurgeon

It is the whole business of the whole church to preach the whole gospel to the whole world. – Charles Spurgeon

We are too prone to engrave our trials in marble and write our blessings in sand. – Charles Spurgeon

That very church which the world likes best is sure to be that which God abhors. – Charles Spurgeon

Defend the Bible? I’d sooner defend a lion. You don’t defend the Bible; you open its cage and let it roar. – Charles Spurgeon

It was God’s word that made us; is it any wonder that His word should sustain us? – Charles Spurgeon

My friends, it is one thing to go to church or chapel; it is quite another thing to go to God. – Charles Spurgeon

My entire theology can be condensed into four words, ‘JESUS DIED FOR ME’. – Charles Spurgeon

Do you find it difficult to forgive one who has wronged you? Then you will find it difficult to get to heaven. – Charles Spurgeon

God is our portion, Christ our companion, the Spirit our Comforter, Earth our lodge, and Heaven is our home. – Charles Spurgeon

The early morning hour should be dedicated to praise: do not the birds set us the example? – Charles Spurgeon

Morality may keep you out of jail, but it takes the blood of Jesus Christ to keep you out of hell. – Charles Spurgeon

Think not of the sinner or the greatness of his sin but think of the greatness of the Savior! – Charles Spurgeon

If you can sin and not weep over it, you are an heir of Hell. If you can go into sin, and afterwards feel satisfied to have done so, you are on the road to destruction. If there are no prickings of conscience, no inward torments, no bleeding wounds; if you have no throbs and heavings of a bosom that cannot rest; if your soul never feels filled with wormwood and gall when you know you have done evil, you are no child of God. – Charles Spurgeon

In prosperity God is heard, and that is a blessing; but in adversity God is seen, and that is a greater blessing. – Charles Spurgeon

The more you read the Bible; and the more you meditate on it, the more you will be astonished with it. – Charles Spurgeon

Prayer can never be in excess. – Charles Spurgeon

Wisdom is the right use of knowledge. To know is not to be wise. Many men know a great deal and are all the greater fools for it. There is no fool so great a fool as a knowing fool. But to know how to use knowledge is to have wisdom. – Charles Spurgeon

We shall not grow weary of waiting upon God if we remember how long and how graciously He once waited for us. – Charles Spurgeon

Whenever God means to make a man great, he always breaks him in pieces first. – Charles Spurgeon

When Satan cannot get a great sin in, he will let a little one in, like the thief who goes and finds shutters all coated with iron and bolted inside. At last he sees a little window in a chamber. He cannot get in, so he puts a little boy in, that he may go around and open the back door. So, the devil has always his little sins to carry about with him to go and open back doors for him, and we let one in and say, ‘O, it is only a little one.’ Yes, but how that little one becomes the ruin of the entire man! – Charles Spurgeon

Beware of no man more than of yourself; we carry our worst enemies within us. – Charles Spurgeon

When joy and prayer are married, their first-born child is gratitude. – Charles Spurgeon

I know of no better thermometer to your spiritual temperature than this, the measure of the intensity of your prayer. – Charles Spurgeon

We cannot always trace God’s hand, but we can always trust God’s heart. – Charles Spurgeon

Look to the cross, and hate your sin, for sin nailed your Well Beloved to the tree. Look up to the cross, and you will kill sin, for the strength of Jesus’ love will make you strong to put down your tendencies to sin. – Charles Spurgeon

Anything is a blessing which makes us pray. – Charles Spurgeon

A person who is really saved by Grace does not need to be told that he is under solemn obligations to serve Christ. The new life within him tells him that. Instead of regarding it as a burden, he gladly surrenders himself, body, soul, and spirit, to the Lord. – Charles Spurgeon

When a man is saved by divine grace, he is not wholly cleansed from the corruption of his heart. When we believe in Jesus Christ all our sins are pardoned; yet the power of sin, albeit that it is weakened and kept under by the dominion of the new-born nature which God doth infuse into our souls, doth not cease, but still tarrieth in us, and will do so to our dying day. – Charles Spurgeon

God has so made man’s heart that nothing can ever fill it but God himself. – Charles Spurgeon

When your will is God’s will, you will have your will. – Charles Spurgeon

Jesus wept, but He never complained. – Charles Spurgeon

Right is right though all condemn, and wrong is wrong though all approve. – Charles Spurgeon

The repetition of small efforts will accomplish more than the occasional use of great talents. – Charles Spurgeon

Evil things are easy things: for they are natural to our fallen nature. Right things are rare flowers that need cultivation. – Charles Spurgeon

God helps those who cannot help themselves. – Charles Spurgeon

Visit many good books but live in the Bible. – Charles Spurgeon

I am the subject of depression so fearful that I hope none of you ever get to such extremes of wretchedness as I go to. But I always get back again by this-I know that I trust Christ. I have no reliance but in Him, and if He falls, I shall fall with Him. But if He does not, I shall not. Because He lives, I shall live also, and I spring to my legs again and fight with my depressions of spirit and get the victory through it. And so may you do, and so you must, for there is no other way of escaping from it. – Charles Spurgeon

Have your heart right with Christ, and he will visit you often, and so turn weekdays into Sundays, meals into sacraments, homes into temples, and earth into heaven. – Charles Spurgeon

The Word of God is like a lion. You don’t have to defend a lion. All you have to do is let the lion loose, and the lion will defend itself. – Charles Spurgeon

A time will come when instead of shepherds feeding the sheep, the church will have clowns entertaining the goats – Charles Spurgeon

Whatever a man depends upon, whatever rules his mind, whatever governs his affections, whatever is the chief object of his delight, is his god. – Charles Spurgeon

God is too good to be unkind and He is too wise to be mistaken. And when we cannot trace His hand, we must trust His heart. When you are so weak that you cannot do much more than cry, you coin diamonds with both your eyes. The sweetest prayers God ever hears are the groans and sighs of those who have no hope in anything but his love. – Charles Spurgeon

Some go to church to take a walk; some go there to laugh and talk. Some go there to meet a friend; some go there their time to spend. Some go there to meet a lover; some go there a fault to cover. Some go there for speculation; some go there for observation. Some go there to doze and nod; the wise go there to worship God. – Charles Spurgeon

It is not a matter of time so much as a matter of heart; if you have the heart to pray, you will find the time. – Charles Spurgeon

To trust God in the light is nothing but trust him in the dark-that is faith. – Charles Spurgeon

Atheism is a strange thing. Even the devils never fell into that vice. – Charles Spurgeon

Prayer pulls the rope below and the great bell rings above in the ears of God. Some scarcely stir the bell, for they pray so languidly. Others give but an occasional pluck at the rope. But he who wins with heaven is the man who grasps the rope boldly and pulls continuously, with all his might. – Charles Spurgeon

If any man thinks ill of you, do not be angry with him, for you are worse than he thinks you to be. – Charles Spurgeon

You and I cannot be useful if we want to be sweet as honey in the mouths of men. God will never bless us if we wish to please men, that they may think well of us. Are you willing to tell them what will break your own heart in the telling and break theirs in the hearing? If not, you are not fit to serve the Lord. You must be willing to go and speak for God, though you will be rejected. – Charles Spurgeon

My faith rests not in what I am, or shall be, or feel, or know, but in what Christ is, in what he has done, and in what he is doing for me. – Charles Spurgeon

My hope lives not because I am not a sinner, but because I am a sinner for whom Christ died; my trust is not that I am holy, but that being unholy, HE is my righteousness. My faith rests not upon what I am or shall be or feel or know, but in what Christ is, in what He has done, and in what He is now doing for me. Hallelujah! – Charles Spurgeon

We must all learn to hear what we do not like. The question is not, ‘Is it pleasant?’ but, ‘Is it true?’ – Charles Spurgeon

It’s a good thing God chose me before I was born, because he surely would not have afterwards. – Charles Spurgeon

Nearness to God brings likeness to God. The more you see God the more of God will be seen in you. – Charles Spurgeon

God does not need your strength: he has more than enough of power of his own. He asks your weakness: he has none of that himself, and he is longing, therefore, to take your weakness, and use it as the instrument in his own mighty hand. Will you not yield your weakness to him, and receive his strength? – Charles Spurgeon

The Word of God is the anvil upon which the opinions of men are smashed. – Charles Spurgeon

I believe that one reason why the church of God at this present moment has so little influence over the world is because the world has so much influence over the church. – Charles Spurgeon

You will never know the fullness of Christ until you know the emptiness of everything but Christ. – Charles Spurgeon

Faith goes up the stairs that love has built and looks out the windows which hope has opened. – Charles Spurgeon

If you wish to know God, you must know his Word. If you wish to perceive His power, you must see how He works by his Word. If you wish to know His purpose before it comes to pass, you can only discover it by His Word. – Charles Spurgeon

It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness. – Charles Spurgeon

Revenge, lust, ambition, pride, and self-will are too often exalted as the gods of man’s idolatry; while holiness, peace, contentment, and humility are viewed as unworthy of a serious thought. – Charles Spurgeon

True prayer is neither a mere mental exercise nor a vocal performance. It is far deeper than that – it is spiritual transaction with the Creator of Heaven and Earth. – Charles Spurgeon

Sincerity makes the very least person to be of more value than the most talented hypocrite. – Charles Spurgeon

Prayer is the slender nerve that moves the muscle of omnipotence. – Charles Spurgeon

If I were a Roman Catholic, I should turn a heretic, in sheer desperation, because I would rather go to heaven than go to purgatory. – Charles Spurgeon

Must is a hard nut to crack, but it has a sweet kernel. – Charles Spurgeon

Said will be a little ahead but done should follow at his heel. – Charles Spurgeon

Cast away your sloth, your lethargy, your coldness, or whatever interferes with your chaste and pure love for Christ, your soul’s husband. Make Him the source, the center, and the circumference of all your soul’s range of delight. – Charles Spurgeon

Saving faith is an immediate relation to Christ, accepting, receiving, resting upon Him alone, for justification, sanctification, and eternal life by virtue of God’s grace. – Charles Spurgeon

However great may be the work for which we are responsible, we will always do well if we pause to spend time in sacred praise. – Charles Spurgeon

A man will speedily sit down and sympathize with a friend’s griefs, but if he sees him honored and esteemed, he is apt to regard him as a rival and does not so readily rejoice with him. This ought not to be; without effort, we ought to be happy in our brother’s happiness. – Charles Spurgeon

A dark cloud is no sign that the sun has lost his light; and dark black convictions are no arguments that God has laid aside His mercy. – Charles Spurgeon

I would go to the deeps a hundred times to cheer a downcast spirit. It is good for me to have been afflicted, that I might know how to speak a word in season to one that is weary. – Charles Spurgeon

We have come to a turning point in the road. If we turn to the right mayhap our children and our children’s children will go that way; but if we turn to the left, generations yet unborn will curse our names for having been unfaithful to God and to His Word. – Charles Spurgeon

A good character is the best tombstone. Those who loved you and were helped by you will remember you when forget-me-nots have withered. Carve your name on hearts, not on marble. – Charles Spurgeon

After many years of great mercy, after tasting of the powers of the world to come, we still are so weak, so foolish; but, oh! when we get away from self to God, there all is truth and purity and holiness, and our heart finds peace, wisdom, completeness, delight, joy, victory. – Charles Spurgeon

None are more unjust in their judgments of others than those who have a high opinion of themselves. – Charles Spurgeon

The Lord gets his best soldiers out of the highlands of affliction. – Charles Spurgeon

Now I will say this to every sinner, though he should think himself to be the worst sinner who ever lived: cry to the Lord and seek Him while He may be found. A throne of grace is a place fitted for you. By simple faith, go to your Savior, for He is the throne of grace. – Charles Spurgeon

How sweet it is to learn the Savior’s love when nobody else loves us! When friends flee, what a blessed thing it is to see that the Savior does not forsake us but still keeps us and holds us fast and clings to us and will not let us go! – Charles Spurgeon

The astronomer will believe that the most erratic comet will yet accomplish its journey and revisit our sphere; but we give up those for lost who have not wandered one-half the distance from the center of light and life. – Charles Spurgeon

Trials teach us what we are; they dig up the soil, and let us see what we are made of. – Charles Spurgeon

Has Jesus saved me? I dare not speak with any hesitation here; I know He has. His Word is true; therefore, I am saved. – Charles Spurgeon

A daily portion is really all we need. We do not need tomorrow’s supply, for that day has not yet dawned, and its needs are still unborn. – Charles Spurgeon

‘You are no saint,’ says the devil. Well, if I am not, I am a sinner, and Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners. Sink or swim, I go to Him; other hope, I have none. – Charles Spurgeon

If Christ has died for me, ungodly as I am, without strength as I am, then I cannot live in sin any longer, but must arouse myself to love and serve Him who has redeemed me. – Charles Spurgeon

The revealed Word awakened me, but it was the preached Word that saved me, and I must ever attach peculiar value to the hearing of the truth, for by it I received the joy and peace in which my soul delights. – Charles Spurgeon

I think that is a better thing than thanksgiving: thanks-living. How is this to be done? By a general cheerfulness of manner, by an obedience to the command of Him by whose mercy we live, by a perpetual, constant delighting of ourselves in the Lord, and by a submission of our desires to His will. – Charles Spurgeon

We object not to the narration of the deeds of our unregenerate condition, but to the mode in which it is too often done. Let sin have its monument, but let it be a heap of stones cast by the hands of execration – not a mausoleum erected by the hands of affection. – Charles Spurgeon

We do not pray to God to instruct Him as to what He should do; neither for a moment must we presume to dictate the method of the divine working. – Charles Spurgeon

Do you not realize that the love the Father bestowed on the perfect Christ He now bestows on you? – Charles Spurgeon

The wounds of calumny, the reproaches of the proud, the venom of the bigoted, the treachery of the false, and the weakness of the true, we have known in our measure; and therein have had communion with our Lord Jesus. – Charles Spurgeon

If you believe in prayer at all, expect God to hear you. If you do not expect, you will not have. God will not hear you unless you believe He will hear you; but if you believe He will, He will be as good as your faith. – Charles Spurgeon

A sinner can no more repent and believe without the Holy Spirit’s aid than he can create a world. – Charles Spurgeon

Many men owe the grandeur of their lives to their tremendous difficulties. – Charles Spurgeon

Men know not the gold which lies in the mine of Christ Jesus, or surely, they would dig in it night and day. They have not yet discovered the pearl of great price, or they would have sold their all to buy the field wherein it lies. – Charles Spurgeon

Free will carried many a soul to hell, but never a soul to heaven. – Charles Spurgeon

You might not always get what you want, but you always get what you expect. – Charles Spurgeon

You cannot make a sinner into a saint by killing him. He who does not live as a saint here will never live as a saint hereafter. – Charles Spurgeon

Anxiety does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, but only empties today of its strength. – Charles Spurgeon

The greatest enemy to human souls is the self-righteous spirit which makes men look to themselves for salvation. – Charles Spurgeon

We do not wish to enter Heaven until our work is done, for it would make us uneasy if there were one single soul left to be saved by our means. – Charles Spurgeon

He who has felt his own ruin will not imagine the case of any to be hopeless; nor will he think them too fallen to be worthy his regard. – Charles Spurgeon

If any of you should ask me for an epitome of the Christian religion, I should say that it is in one word – prayer. Live and die without prayer, and you will pray long enough when you get to hell. – Charles Spurgeon

I do not think I should care to go on worshipping a Madonna even if she did wink. One cannot make much out of a wink. We want something more than that from the object of our adoration. – Charles Spurgeon

Let not a libation of tears be the only offering at the shrine of Jesus; let us also rejoice with joy unspeakable. If we have need to lament our sin, how much more to rejoice at our pardon! – Charles Spurgeon

Living animals are too eccentric in their movements, and the law of gravitation usually draws me from my seat upon them to a lower level; therefore, I am not an inveterate lover of horseback. – Charles Spurgeon

I glory in the distinguishing grace of God and will not, by the grace of God, step one inch from my principles or think of adhering to the present fashionable sort of religion. – Charles Spurgeon

I believe that nothing happens apart from divine determination and decree. We shall never be able to escape from the doctrine of divine predestination – the doctrine that God has foreordained certain people unto eternal life. – Charles Spurgeon

There is such a thing as ‘thanks-feeling’ – feeling thankful. This ought to be the general, universal spirit of the Christian. – Charles Spurgeon

As a child, when asked what I would be, I usually said I was going to be a huntsman. A fine profession, truly! – Charles Spurgeon

We are in a wrong state of mind if we are not in a thankful state of mind. – Charles Spurgeon

Lord Jesus, we come just as we are; this is how we came at first, and this is how we come still, with all our failures, with all our transgressions, with all and everything that is what it ought not to be, we come to Thee. – Charles Spurgeon

Purposes, plans, and achievements of men may all disappear like yon cloud upon the mountain’s summit; but, like the mountain itself, the things which are of God shall stand fast for ever and ever. – Charles Spurgeon

My evidence that I am saved does not lie in the fact that I preach, or that I do this or that. All my hope lies in this: that Jesus Christ came to save sinners. I am a sinner, I trust Him, then He came to save me, and I am saved. – Charles Spurgeon

There are many men who are forgotten, who are despised, and who are trampled on by their fellows, but there never was a man who was so despised as the everlasting God has been! – Charles Spurgeon

Oh, come, Divine Physician, and bind up every broken bone. Come with Thy sacred nard which Thou hast compounded of Thine own heart’s blood and lay it home to the wounded conscience and let it feel its power. Oh! Give peace to those whose conscience is like the troubled sea which cannot rest. – Charles Spurgeon

It is a most delightful reflection that if I come to the throne of God in prayer, I may feel a thousand defects, but yet there is hope. I usually feel more dissatisfied with my prayers than with anything else I do. – Charles Spurgeon

Do I live as carelessly and worldly as unbelievers while professing to be a follower of Jesus? If so, I am exposing Christianity to ridicule and leading people to speak evil of the holy name by which I am called. – Charles Spurgeon

Lord keep us all from sin. Teach us how to walk circumspectly; enable us to guard our minds against error of doctrine, our hearts against wrong feelings, and our lives against evil actions. – Charles Spurgeon

No one knows who is listening, say nothing you would not wish put in the newspapers. – Charles Spurgeon

In the same way the sun never grows weary of shining, nor a stream of flowing, it is God’s nature to keep His promises. Therefore, go immediately to His throne and say, ‘Do as You promised.’ – Charles Spurgeon

O, Thou precious Lord Jesus Christ, we do adore Thee with all our hearts. Thou art Lord of all. – Charles Spurgeon

Young men, trust God, and make the future bright with blessing. Old men, trust God, and magnify him for all the mercies of the past. – Charles Spurgeon

Lord sanctify us. Oh! That Thy spirit might come and saturate every faculty, subdue every passion, and use every power of our nature for obedience to God. – Charles Spurgeon

Humility is to make a right estimate of one’s self. – Charles Spurgeon

There is a power in God’s gospel beyond all description. – Charles Spurgeon

Nothing reflects so much honor on a workman as a trial of his work and its endurance of it. So it is with God. It honors Him when His saints preserve their integrity. – Charles Spurgeon

What an encouraging thought that Jesus – our beloved Husband – can find comfort in our lowly feeble gifts! Can this be, for it seems far too good to be true? May we then be willing to endure trials or even death itself if through these hardships we are assisted in bringing gladness to Immanuel’s heart. – Charles Spurgeon

When we tell the story of our own conversion, I would have it done with great sorrow, remembering what we used to be, and with great joy and gratitude, remembering how little we deserve these things. – Charles Spurgeon

We cannot have communion with Christ till we are in union with Him; and we cannot have communion with the Church till we are in vital union with it. – Charles Spurgeon

Conversion is a change of masters. Will we not do as much for our new master, the Lord Jesus, as we did once for our old tyrant lusts? – Charles Spurgeon

Few men would dare to read their own autobiography if all their deeds were recorded in it; few can look back upon their entire career without a blush. – Charles Spurgeon

Oh, hour of forgiven sin, moment of perfect pardon, our soul shall never forget you while, within you, life and being find immortality! – Charles Spurgeon

However weak we are, however poor, however little our faith, or however small our grace may be, our names are still written on His heart; nor shall we lose our share in Jesus’ love. – Charles Spurgeon

Grow in the root of all grace, which is faith. Believe God’s promises more firmly than ever. Allow your faith to increase in its fullness, firmness, and simplicity. – Charles Spurgeon

Think not that humility is weakness; it shall supply the marrow of strength to thy bones. Stoop and conquer; bow thyself and become invincible. – Charles Spurgeon

In spiritual things, it is God who performs all things for you. Rest in Him, then. – Charles Spurgeon

The roaring thunder of the law and the fear of the terror of judgment are both used to bring us to Christ, but the final victory culminating in our salvation is won through God’s loving-kindness. – Charles Spurgeon

There is no injustice in the grace of God. God is as just when He forgives a believer as when He casts a sinner into hell. – Charles Spurgeon

Alas! You complain that your soul is out of tune. Then ask the Master to tune the heartstrings. – Charles Spurgeon

Fill the earth with your songs of gratitude. – Charles Spurgeon

Let it be our delight to find our society in the circle of which Jesus is the center and let us make those our friends who are the friends of Jesus. – Charles Spurgeon

May we have communion with God in the secret of our hearts and find Him to be to us as a little sanctuary. – Charles Spurgeon

In prayer, we stand where angels bow with veiled faces. There, even there, the cherubim and seraphim adore before that selfsame throne to which our prayers ascend. And shall we come there with stunted requests and narrow, contracted faith? – Charles Spurgeon

There are some Christian people who taste and see and enjoy religion in their own souls, and who get at a deeper knowledge of it than books can ever give them, though they should search all their days. – Charles Spurgeon

Think of what you are, you Christians. You are God’s children; you are joint heirs with Christ. The ‘many mansions’ are for you; the palms and harps of the glorified are for you. You have a share in all that Christ has and is and shall be. – Charles Spurgeon

No one is so miserable as the poor person who maintains the appearance of wealth. – Charles Spurgeon

The goose that lays the golden eggs likes to lay where there are eggs already. – Charles Spurgeon

A vigorous temper is not altogether an evil. Men who are easy as an old shoe are generally of little worth. – Charles Spurgeon

It is not well to make great changes in old age. – Charles Spurgeon

I do think that a minister who can preach a sermon without addressing sinners does not know how to preach. – Charles Spurgeon

You will never exaggerate when you speak good things of God. It is not possible to do so. Try, dear brethren, and boast in the Lord. – Charles Spurgeon

All our actions, as well as our thoughts and words, should praise Him who always blesses us. – Charles Spurgeon

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