Spurgeon is one of my favorite ‘mentors at large.’ It is important that we understand the Greek translations for ‘drunkards’ (Methusko and Methuo – video here). The Lord commands His sheep to holiness, and to be filled with His Holy Spirit, not ‘distilled spirits’ or other ‘spirits.’ I am so thankful that the Lord delivered
Tag: Charles Spurgeon
Charles Spurgeon (aka The Prince of Preachers) discusses false repentance, repentance with no salvation, and a Biblical repentance.
On March 30th, 1862, C.H. Spurgeon preached this great sermon at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. He speaks of the sovereignty of God, versus the non-sovereignty of man. As well as how it is Gods will, that brings man to salvation, not mans. In addition, a whole lot more.
On Oct 10th, 1858, Charles Spurgeon preached this message in the Royal Surrey Gardens, in Kennington, London. I realize that post-modern emergents, will not appreciate the following two observations. 1) This location was not at a church building. Spurgeon often preached out into the open-air, in public places like these gardens. Some of these open-air