Tag Archives: Charles Spurgeon

Talk to Him

Charles Spurgeon shared the story of an old farmer who told about his encounter with the devil. The devil was tempting him and he finally said to the devil, “What do you want from me anyway?” The devil answered, “Why, … Continue reading

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Shine Like a Star

Charles Spurgeon once pointed out that when a jeweler shows his best diamonds, he sets them on a black velvet backdrop. The contrast of the diamonds against the dark velvet makes them shine. Jesus says, “You are the light of … Continue reading

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The Great Value of Books

Commenting on 2 Timothy 4:13, where Paul asks Timothy to bring him a cloak, books, and the parchments, Charles Spurgeon wrote the following words: “He is inspired, yet he wants books! He has been preaching at least for thirty years, … Continue reading

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Hard to Go to Hell Here!

Several years ago I heard someone talk about an evangelistic organization in Ohio whose motto was something like this—“Let’s make it hard to go to hell in Ohio!” I like that philosophy. We should do everything we can to keep … Continue reading

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