Monthly Archives: May 2017

Sermon #596 – Praying And Waiting

Sermon #596 Praying And Waiting

Delivered On Sunday Morning, October 23, 1864
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“These Things Have I Written Unto You That Believe On The Name Of The Son Of God; That You May Know That You Have Eternal Life And That You May Believe On The Name Of The Son Of God. And This Is The Confidence That We
Have In Him, That, If We Ask Anything According To His Will, He Hears Us:
And If We Know That He Hears Us, Whatever We Ask, We Know That We Have The Petitions That We Desired Of Him.”
1 John 5:13-15.

Sermon #592, The True Position Of Assurance

Sermon #592, The True Position Of Assurance,
Delivered On Sunday Morning, October 2, 1864,
By C, H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington,

“In Whom You Also Trusted, After That You Heard The Word Of Truth, The Gospel Of Your Salvation: In Whom Also After That You Believed, You Were Sealed With The Holy Spirit Of Promise.”
Ephesians 1:13.

Sermon #591 ‘‘Thus Says The Lord’’—-Or, The Book Of Common Prayer Weighed In The Balances Of The Sanctuary

Sermon #591 ‘‘Thus Says The Lord’’—-Or,
The Book Of Common Prayer Weighed In The Balances Of The Sanctuary
Delivered On Sunday Morning, September 25, 1864,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

‘‘Thus Says The Lord.’’ Ezekiel 11:5.

Sermon #590 – The Backslider’s Way Hedged Up

Sermon #590 – The Backslider’s Way Hedged Up

Delivered On Sunday Morning, September 18, 1864,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“She Said, I Will Go After My Lovers, Who Give Me My Bread And My Water, My Wool And My Flax, My Oil And My Drink. Therefore, Behold, I Will Hedge Up Your Way With Thorns
And Make A Wall, That She Shall Not Find Her Paths. And She Shall
Follow After Her Lovers, But She Shall Not Overtake Them. And
She Shall Seek Them, But Shall Not Find Them: Then Shall
She Say, I Will Go And Return To My First Husband; For Then Was It Better With Me Than Now.” Hosea 2:5-7.

El sermón núm. 589- JESÚS QUE ENCUENTRA A SUS GUERREROS

El sermón núm. 589 JESÚS QUE ENCUENTRA A SUS GUERREROS

ENTREGADO DURANTE LA MAÑANA DEL DÍA DEL SEÑOR, EL 11 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 1864,
C. H. SPURGEON,
EN EL TEMPLO METROPOLITANO, NEWINGTON.

“Y el rey de Melquisedec de Salem trajo adelante el pan y vino: y era el sacerdote de Dios Más alto. Y le bendijo y dijo, Bendito ser Abram de Dios Más alto, el poseedor de Cielo y tierra: y bendito ser Dios Más alto, que ha entregado a sus enemigos en su mano.
Y le dio diezmos de todos”. Génesis 14:18-20.

Sermon #589 – Jesus Meeting His Warriors

Sermon #589 Jesus Meeting His Warriors

Delivered On Lord’s Day Morning, September 11, 1864,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“And Melchizedek King Of Salem Brought Forth Bread And Wine: And He Was The Priest Of The Most High God. And He Blessed Him And Said, Blessed Be Abram Of The Most High God, Possessor Of Heaven And Earth: And Blessed Be The Most High God, Which Has Delivered Your Enemies Into Your Hand.
And Hee Gave Him Tithes Of All.” Genesis 14:18-20.