Sermon #637 – The Dove’s Return To The Ark

Sermon #637 The Dove’s Return To The Ark
Delivered On Sunday Morning, July 2, 1865, By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“But The Dove Found No Rest For The Soles Of Her Feet And She Returned Unto Him Into The Ark, For The Waters Were On The Face Of The Whole Earth. Then He Put Forth His Hand And Took Her And Pulled Her In Unto Him Into The Ark.”
Genesis 8:9.

Sermon #636 – The Church’s Love To Her Loving Lord

Sermon #636 The Church’s Love To Her Loving Lord
A Sermon Preached
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“Tell Me, O You Whom My Soul Loves, Where You Feed, Where You Make Your Flock To Rest At Noon: For Why Should I Be As One That Turns Aside By The Flocks Of Your Companions?”
Song Of Solomon 1:7.

Sermon #634 – Christians Kept In Time And Glorified In Eternity

Sermon #634 – Christians Kept In Time And Glorified In Eternity

A Sermon Preached
By C. H. Spurgeon On,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“Now Unto Him That Is Able To Keep You From Falling And To Present You Faultless Before The Presence Of His Glory With Exceeding Joy, To The Only Wise God Our Savior,
Be Glory And Majesty, Dominion And Power, Both Now And Ever. Amen.”
Jude 24 And 25.

Sermon #632, Consider Before You Fight

Sermon #632, Consider Before You Fight
A Sermon Preached,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“What King, Going To Make War Against Another King, Sits Not Down First And Consults Whether He Is Able With Ten Thousand To Meet Him That Comes Against Him With Twenty Thousand? Or Else, While The Other Is Yet A Great Way Off, He Sends A Delegation And Desires Conditions Of Peace.” Luke 14:31, 32.,