Monthly Archives: August 2015

Sermon #472 – Believers—Lights In The World

Sermon #472 Believers—Lights In The World
A Sermon Delivered On Sunday Morning, September 28, 1862,
By Rev. C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“Do All Things Without Murmurings And Disputing, That You May Be Blameless And Harmless, The Sons Of God,
Without Rebuke, In The Midst Of A Crooked And Perverse Nation, Among Whom You Shine As
Lights In The World; Holding Forth The Word Of Life, That I May Rejoice In The Day
Of Christ, That I Have Not Run In Vain, Neither Labored In Vain.”
Philippians 2:14-16.

Sermon #469 – What Do You Mean, O Sleeper?

Sermon #469 What Do You Mean, O Sleeper?
A Sermon Delivered On Sunday Morning, September 14, 1862,
By Rev. C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“But Jonah Was Gone Down Into The Sides Of The Ship. And He Lay And Was Fast Asleep. So The Shipmaster
Came To Him And Said Unto Him, What Do You Mean, O Sleeper? Arise, Call Upon Your God, If So Be
That God Will Think Upon Us, That We Perish Not.” Jonah 1:5, 6.

Sermon #468 – Ezekiel’s Deserted Infant

Sermon #468 – Ezekiel’s Deserted Infant
A Sermon Delivered On Sunday Morning, September 7, 1862,
By Rev. C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“None Eye Pitied You, To Do Any Of These Unto You, To Have Compassion Upon You. But You Were
Cast Out Into The Open Field To The Loathing Of Your Person, In The Day That You Were
Born. And When I Passed By You And Saw You Polluted In Your Own Blood,
I Said Unto You When You Were In Your Blood, Live; Yes, I Said Unto
You When You Were In Your Blood, Live.” Ezekiel 16:5, 6