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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #730 - Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled
« Last post by Bob on September 28, 2019, 12:23:29 PM »
Sermon #730
Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled
Delivered On Lord’s-Day Morning January 20, 1867,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.


“Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled: You Believe In God, Believe Also In Me.” John 14:1.


http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no730.mp3
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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #729 - Cheering Words And Solemn Warnings
« Last post by Bob on September 22, 2019, 10:44:47 AM »
Sermon #729
Cheering Words And Solemn Warnings
Delivered On Lord’s-Day Morning, January 13, 1867,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.


“Say You To The Righteous That It Shall Be Well With Them, For They Shall Eat The Fruit Of Their Doings. Woe To The Wicked! It Shall Be Ill With Him, For The Reward Of His Hands Shall Be Given Him.” Isaiah 3:10, 11.


http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no729.mp3

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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #728 - Good Cheer For The New Year
« Last post by Bob on September 14, 2019, 06:31:34 PM »
Sermon #728
Good Cheer For The New Year
Delivered On Lord’s-Day Morning, January 6, 1867, By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.


“The Eyes Of The Lord Your God Are Always Upon It, From The Beginning Of The Year Even Unto The End Of The Year.” Deuteronomy 11:12.



http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no728.mp3
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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #726 - Life Eternal
« Last post by Bob on September 07, 2019, 05:29:47 PM »
Sermon #726
Life Eternal
Delivered By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.


“And I Give Unto Them Eternal Life; And They Shall Never Perish, Neither Shall Any Man Pluck Them Out Of My Hand.”
John 10:28.

http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no726.mp3

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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #725 - A Message From God To His Church And People
« Last post by Bob on September 01, 2019, 09:49:35 AM »
Sermon #725
A Message From God To His Church And People

Delivered On Sunday Morning, December 16, 1866,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.


“O Lord, I Have Heard Your Speech, And Was Afraid: O Lord, Revive Your Work In The Midst Of The Years! In The Midst Of The Years Make It Known; In Wrath Remember Mercy.”
Habakkuk 3:2.


http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no725.mp3
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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #724 - His Name—The Everlasting Father
« Last post by Bob on September 01, 2019, 09:48:04 AM »
His Name—The Everlasting Father

Delivered On Sunday Morning, December 9, 1866,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“The Everlasting Father.” Isaiah 9:6.


http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no724.mp3
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Bible Discussion / DO NOT QUENCH THE SPIRIT
« Last post by Bob on August 28, 2019, 12:13:26 AM »
“DO NOT QUENCH THE SPIRIT”

By Oswald Chambers


“Do not quench the Spirit” (1 Thessalonians 5:19 ).
The voice of the Spirit of God is as gentle as a summer breeze—so gentle that unless you are living in complete fellowship and oneness with God, you will never hear it. The sense of warning and restraint that the Spirit gives comes to us in the most amazingly gentle ways. And if you are not sensitive enough to detect His voice, you will quench it, and your spiritual life will be impaired. This sense of restraint will always come as a “still small voice” (1 Kings 19:12 ), so faint that no one except a saint of God will notice it.
Beware if in sharing your personal testimony you continually have to look back, saying, “Once, a number of years ago, I was saved.” If you have put your “hand to the plow” and are walking in the light, there is no “looking back”—the past is instilled into the present wonder of fellowship and oneness with God (Luke 9:62 ; also see 1 John 1:6–7 ). If you get out of the light, you become a sentimental Christian, and live only on your memories, and your testimony will have a hard metallic ring to it. Beware of trying to cover up your present refusal to “walk in the light” by recalling your past experiences when you did “walk in the light” (1 John 1:7 ). Whenever the Spirit gives you that sense of restraint, call a halt and make things right, or else you will go on quenching and grieving Him without even knowing it.
Suppose God brings you to a crisis and you almost endure it, but not completely. He will engineer the crisis again, but this time some of the intensity will be lost. You will have less discernment and more humiliation at having disobeyed. If you continue to grieve His Spirit, there will come a time when that crisis cannot be repeated, because you have totally quenched Him. But if you will go on through the crisis, your life will become a hymn of praise to God. Never become attached to anything that continues to hurt God. For you to be free of it, God must be allowed to hurt whatever it may be.
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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #723 - The Root That Bears Wormwood
« Last post by Bob on August 24, 2019, 11:44:58 AM »
Sermon #723
The Root That Bears Wormwood
Delivered On Sunday Morning, December 2, 1866,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“Lest There Should Be Among You A Root That Bears Gall And Wormwood.” Deuteronomy 29:18.



http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no723.mp3
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Bible Discussion / THE COMPELLING PURPOSE OF GOD
« Last post by Bob on August 23, 2019, 11:58:30 PM »
THE COMPELLING PURPOSE OF GOD

By Oswald Chambers

“He … said to them, ‘Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem …’ ” (Luke 18:31 ).


Jerusalem, in the life of our Lord, represents the place where He reached the culmination of His Father’s will. Jesus said, “I do not seek My own will but the will of the Father who sent Me” (John 5:30 ). Seeking to do “the will of the Father” was the one dominating concern throughout our Lord’s life. And whatever He encountered along the way, whether joy or sorrow, success or failure, He was never deterred from that purpose. “… He steadfastly set His face to go to Jerusalem …” (Luke 9:51 ).
The greatest thing for us to remember is that we go up to Jerusalem to fulfill God’s purpose, not our own. In the natural life our ambitions are our own, but in the Christian life we have no goals of our own. We talk so much today about our decisions for Christ, our determination to be Christians, and our decisions for this and that, but in the New Testament the only aspect that is brought out is the compelling purpose of God. “You did not choose Me, but I chose you …” (John 15:16 ).
We are not taken into a conscious agreement with God’s purpose—we are taken into God’s purpose with no awareness of it at all. We have no idea what God’s goal may be; as we continue, His purpose becomes even more and more vague. God’s aim appears to have missed the mark, because we are too nearsighted to see the target at which He is aiming. At the beginning of the Christian life, we have our own ideas as to what God’s purpose is. We say, “God means for me to go over there,” and, “God has called me to do this special work.” We do what we think is right, and yet the compelling purpose of God remains upon us. The work we do is of no account when compared with the compelling purpose of God. It is simply the scaffolding surrounding His work and His plan. “He took the twelve aside …” (Luke 18:31 ). God takes us aside all the time. We have not yet understood all there is to know of the compelling purpose of God.
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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #722 - The Captive Savior Freeing His People
« Last post by Bob on August 18, 2019, 05:05:05 PM »

Sermon #722
The Captive Savior Freeing His People
Delivered On Sunday Morning, November 25, 1866,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“Jesus Answered, ‘I Have Told You That I Am He. If Therefore You Seek Me, Let These Go Their Way,’ That The Saying Might Be Fulfilled, Which He Spoke, ‘Of Them Whom You Gave Me Have I Lost None.’ ”
John 18:8, 9.



http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no722.mp3
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