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Charles Spurgeon
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I would not choose to go where I would be afraid to die, nor could I bear to live without a good hope for hereafter. Charles Spurgeon

Oh! men and brethren, what would this heart feel if I could but believe that there were some among you who would go home and pray for a revival men whose faith is large enough, and their love fiery enough to lead them from this moment to exercise unceasing intercessions that God would appear among us and do wondrous things here, as in the times of former generations. Charles Spurgeon

We shall never see much change for the better in our churches in general till the prayer meeting occupies a higher place in the esteem of Christians. Charles Spurgeon

If we cannot believe God when circumstances seem be against us, we do not believe Him at all. Charles Spurgeon

God has given no pledge which He will not redeem, and encouraged no hope which He will not fulfill. Charles Spurgeon

From all the afflictions, Your glory shall spring. And the deeper the sorrow, the louder you'll sing. Charles Spurgeon

Six feet of dirt make all men equal. Charles Spurgeon

Dear friends, whenever you want to understand a text of Scripture, try to read the original Charles Spurgeon

The closet is the best study. The commentators are good instructors, but the Author Himself is far better. Charles Spurgeon

Never be afraid of your Bibles. 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

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

It is a remarkable fact that all the heresies which have arisen in the Christian Church have had a decided tendency to dishonor God and to flatter man. Charles Spurgeon

Remember that thought is speech before God. Charles Spurgeon

Sin and Hell are married unless repentance proclaims the divorce. Charles Spurgeon

The most useful members of a church are usually those who would be doing harm if they were not doing good. Charles Spurgeon

The Gospel is like a caged lion. It does not need to be defended, it just needs to be let out of its cage. Charles Spurgeon

It is not your hold of Christ that saves you, but His hold of you. Charles Spurgeon

We are not alarmed because Satan hinders us, for it is a proof that we are on the Lord's side, and are doing the Lord's work, and in his strength we shall win the victory, and triumph over our adversary. Charles Spurgeon

To wash and dress a corpse is a far different thing from making it alive: Man can do the one-God alone can do the other. Charles Spurgeon

If we want revivals, we must revive our reverence for the Word of God. Charles Spurgeon

If you cut him, (John Bunyan) he'd bleed Scripture! Charles Spurgeon

Men are in a restless pursuit after satisfaction and earthly things. They have no forethought for their eternal state, the present hour absorbs them. They turn to another and another of earth's broken cisterns, hoping to find water, where not a drop was ever discovered yet. Charles Spurgeon

When men's hearts are melted under the preaching of the word, or by sickness, or the loss of friends, believers should be very eager to stamp the truth upon the prepared mind. Such opportunities are to be seized with holy eagerness. Charles Spurgeon

One night alone in prayer might make us new men, changed from poverty of soul to spiritual wealth, from trembling to triumphing. Charles Spurgeon

A Christian is the gentlest of men; but then he is a man. Charles Spurgeon

Soul-serving requires a heart that beats hard against the ribs. It requires a soul full of the milk of human kindness. This is the sine qua non of success. Charles Spurgeon

The boundless stores of Providence are engaged for the support of the believer. Charles Spurgeon

Come as you are. If you are the blackest soul out of hell, trust Christ, and that act of trust shall make you clean. Charles Spurgeon

Intercessory prayer is exceedingly prevalent. What wonders it has wrought! The Word of God teems with its marvelous deeds. Believer, thou hast a mighty engine in thy hand, use it well, use it constantly, use it with faith, and thou shalt surely be a benefactor to thy brethren. Charles Spurgeon

All good is born in prayer, and all good springs from it. 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

I believe the hard heartest, most cross grained and most unloving Christians in all the world are those who have not had much trouble in their life. And those that are the most sympathizing, loving and Christlike are generally those who have the most affliction. The worse thing that can happen to any of us is to have a path made too smooth. One of the greatest blessings the Lord ever gave us was a cross. Charles Spurgeon

Unbelief is the mother of vice; it is the parent of sin; and, therefore, I say it is a pestilent evil-a master sin. Charles Spurgeon

The first link between my soul and Christ is not my goodness but my badness, not my merit but my misery, not my riches but my need. Charles Spurgeon

It is far easier to fight against sin in public than to pray against it in private. Charles Spurgeon

A man who does nothing never has time to do anything Charles Spurgeon

I believe that every Christian ought to be joined to some visible church; that is his plain duty, according to the Scriptures. God's people are not dogs, else they might go about one by one; but they are sheep, and therefore they should be in flocks. Charles Spurgeon

Do not look to your hope, but to Christ, the source of your hope. Charles Spurgeon

As sure as God ever puts His children into the furnace, He will be in the furnace with them. Charles Spurgeon

Never try to save out of God's cause; such money will canker the rest. Giving to God is no loss; it is putting your substance in the best bank. Giving is true having, as the old gravestone said of the dead man What I spend had, what I saved I lost; what I gave I have. Charles Spurgeon

If we are indeed contending for truth and righteousness, let us not tarry till we have talent, or wealth, or any other form of visible power at our disposal; but with such stones as we find in the brook, and with our own usual sling, let us run to meet the enemy. Charles Spurgeon

The faith which saves is not one single act done on a certain day: it is an act continued and persevered in throughout the life of man. Charles Spurgeon

Faith is a principle which hath its root deeper than feelings. We believe, whether we see or not. We believe, whether we feel or not. Charles Spurgeon

The church may go through her dark ages, but Christ is with her in the midnight; she may pass through her fiery furnace, but Christ is in the midst of the flame with her. Charles Spurgeon

The truest lengthening of life is to live while we live, wasting no time but using every hour for the highest ends. So be it this day. Charles Spurgeon

Our great object of glorifying God is to be mainly achieved by the winning of souls Do not close a single sermon without addressing the ungodly. Charles Spurgeon

I do not think the devil cares how many churches you build, if only you have lukewarm preachers and people in them. Charles Spurgeon

As soon as a man has found Christ, he begins to find others. Charles Spurgeon

We say that Christ so died that He infallibly secured the salvation of a multitude that no man can number, who through Christ's death not only may be saved, but are saved, must be saved, and cannot by any possibility run the hazard of being anything but saved. Charles Spurgeon

Nothing but grace makes a man so humble and, at the same time, so glad. Charles Spurgeon

Learn to say no; it will be of more use to you than to be able to read Latin. Charles Spurgeon

Self-righteousness exclaims, "I will not be saved in God's way; I will make a new road to heaven; I will not bow before God's grace; I will not accept the atonement which God has wrought out in the person of Jesus; I will be my own redeemer; I will enter heaven by my own strength, and glorify my own merits." The Lord is very wroth against self-righteousness. I do not know of anything against which His fury burneth more than against this, because this touches Him in a very tender point, it insults the glory and honor of His Son Jesus Christ. Charles Spurgeon

Discernment is not a matter of telling the difference between right and wrong; rather it is telling the difference between right and almost right. Charles Spurgeon

It is a very solemn delusion when ministers think they are prospering, and yet do not hear of conversions. Charles Spurgeon

I thought I could have leaped from earth to heaven at one spring when I first saw my sins drowned in the Redeemer's blood. Charles Spurgeon

The Lord's people have always been a waiting people. Charles Spurgeon

Jesus Christ does not save the worthy, but the unworthy. Your plea must not be righteousness but guilt Charles Spurgeon

A church that does not exist to reclaim heathenism, to fight evil, to destroy error, to put down falsehood, a church that does not exist to take the side of the poor, to denounce injustice and to hold up righteousness, is a church that has no right to be. Not for yourself, O church, do you exist, any more than Christ existed for Himself. Charles Spurgeon

Sin is a thing of time, but mercy is from everlasting. Transgression is but of yesterday, but mercy was ever of old. Before you and I sought the Lord, the Lord sought us. Charles Spurgeon

The Bible in the memory is better than the Bible in the book case. Charles Spurgeon

To be a soul winner is the happiest thing in this world. Charles Spurgeon

The glory of God's faithfulness is that no sin of ours has ever made Him unfaithful. Charles Spurgeon

We fear not God because of any compulsion; our faith is no fetter, our profession is no bondage, we are not dragged to holiness, nor driven to duty. No, our piety is our pleasure, our hope is our happiness, our duty is our delight. Charles Spurgeon

Let me ask you, how many atheists are now in this house? Perhaps not a single one of you would accept the title, and yet, if you live from Monday morning to Saturday night in the same way as you would live if there were no God, you are practical atheists. Charles Spurgeon

Faith pulls the black mask from the face of trouble, and discovers the angel beneath. Charles Spurgeon

Trust Christ, but do not trust yourself Charles Spurgeon

If God be near a church, it must pray. And if he be not there, one of the first tokens of his absence will be a slothfulness in prayer. Charles Spurgeon

If the giving of the Law, while it was yet unbroken, was attended with such a display of awe-inspiring power, what will that day be when the Lord shall, with flaming fire, take vengeance on those who have willfully broken that Law? Charles Spurgeon

Satan can make men dance upon the brink of hell as though they were on the verge of heaven. Charles Spurgeon

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