Monthly Archives: April 2015

Sermon #437 A Sight Of Self

Sermon #437 A Sight Of Self
A Sermon Delivered On Sunday Morning, March 2, 1862,
By Rev. C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“But We Are All As An Unclean Thing And All Our Righteousnesses Are As Filthy Rags. And We All Do Fade As A Leaf.
And Our Iniquities, Like The Wind, Have Taken Us Away. And There Is None That Calls Upon Your Name,
That Stirs Up Himself To Take Hold Of You: For You Have Hid Your Face From Us And Have
Consumed Us, Because Of Our Iniquities. But Now, O Lord, You Are Our Father. We
Are The Clay, And You Our Potter. And We All Are The Work Of Your Hand.”
Isaiah 64:6, 7, 8.

Sermon #436 A Sermon For Spring

Sermon #436 A Sermon For Spring
A Sermon Delivered On Sunday Morning, February 23, 1862,
By Rev. C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“My Beloved Spoke And Said Unto Me, Rise Up, My Love, My Fair One And Come Way. For, Lo, The Winter Is Past,
The Rain Is Over And Gone, The Flowers Appear On The Earth, The Time Of The Singing Of
Birds Is Come And The Voice Of The Turtle Is Heard In Our Land. The Fig Tree Puts
Forth Her Green Figs And The Vines With The Tender Grape Give A Good
Smell. Arise, My Love, My Fair One And Come Away.”
Song Of Solomon 2:10-13.

Sermon #431 A Secret And Yet No Secret

Sermon #431 A Secret And Yet No Secret
A Sermon Delivered On Sunday Morning, January 26, 1862,
By Rev. C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“A Garden Enclosed Is My Sister, My Spouse; A Spring Shut Up, A Fountain Sealed.”
“A Fountain Of Gardens, A Well Of Living Waters And Streams From Lebanon.”
Song Of Solomon 4:12, 15.