Monthly Archives: May 2015

Sermon #449 – Joseph And His Brothers

Sermon #449 Joseph And His Brothers
A Sermon Delivered On Sunday Morning, May 11, 1862,
By Rev. C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“And Joseph Said Unto His Brothers, I Am Joseph; Does My Father Yet Liv?
And His Brothers Could Not Answer Him. Four They Were Trembled At His Presence.
And Joseph Said Unto His Brothers, Come Near To Me, I Pray You. And They Came Near. And He Said, I Am Joseph Your Brother,
Whom You Sold Into Egypt. Now Therefore Be Not Grieved, Nor Angry With Yourselves, That You Sold Me Here: Four God
Did Send Me Before You To Preserve Life.” Genesis 45:3-5.

Sermon #444 – The Portion Of The Ungodly

Sermon #444 The Portion Of The Ungodly
A Sermon Delivered On Sunday Morning, April 13, 1862,
By Rev. C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“Behold, They Shall Be As Stubble. The Fire Shall Burn Them. They Shall Not Deliver Themselves From The
Power Of The Flame: It Shall Not Be A Coal To Be Warmed By, Nor A Fire To Sit Before.”
Isaiah 47:14.

Sermon #443 – The Two Draughts Of Fishes

Sermon #443 The Two Draughts Of Fishes
A Sermon Delivered On Sunday Morning, April 6, 1862,
By Rev. C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“Now When He Had Left Speaking, He Said Unto Simon, Launch Out Into The
Deep And Let Down Your Nets For A Draught.” Luke 5:4

“And He Said Unto Them, Cast The Net On The Right Side Of The Ship, And You Shall Find Some.
They Cast Therefore And Now They Were Not Able To Draw It For The Multitude Of Fishes.” John 21:6.

Sermon #442 – God’s Will And Man’s Will

Sermon #442 God’s Will And Man’s Will
A Sermon Delivered On Sunday Morning, March 30, 1862,
By Rev. C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.
“So Then, It Is Not Of Him That Wills, Nor Of Him That Runs, But Of God That Shows Mercy.”
Romans 9:16.
“Whosoever Will, Let Him Take The Water Of Life Freely.”
Revelation 22:17.

Sermon #441 The Elders Before The Throne

Sermon #441 The Elders Before The Throne
A Sermon Delivered On Sunday Morning, March 23, 1862,
By Rev. C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“And Round About The Throne Were Four And Twenty Seats: And Upon The Seats I Saw Four And Twenty Elders Sitting
Clothed In White Raiment. And They Had On Their Heads Crowns Of Gold.” The Four And Twenty Elders
Fall Down Before Him That Sat On The Throne And Worship Him That Lives Forever And Ever And
Cast Their Crowns Before The Throne, Saying, You Are Worthy, O Lord, To Receive Glory And
Honor And Power: For You Have Created All Things, And For Your Pleasure They Are And Were Created.”
Revelation 4:4, 10, 11

Sermon #440 Cheer For The Faint-Hearted

Sermon #440 Cheer For The Faint-Hearted
A Sermon Delivered On Sunday Evening, January 26 1862,
By Rev. C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“But His Wife Said Unto Him, If The Lord Were Pleased To Kill Us, He Would Not Have Received A Burnt Offering
And A Meat Offering At Our Hands, Neither Would He Have Showed Us All These Things, Nor Would
As At This Time Have Told Us Such Things As These.”
Judges 13:23.