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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #700 - Order And Argument In Prayer
« Last post by Bob on March 03, 2019, 06:08:40 PM »
Sermon #700
Order And Argument In Prayer
Delivered On Sunday Morning, July 15, 1866,
By C.H. Spurgeon
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.


“Oh That I Knew Where I Might Find Him! That I Might Come Even To His Seat! I Would Present My Case Before Him, And Fill My Mouth With Arguments.” Job 23:3, 4.

http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no700.mp3
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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #699 - Sin Condemned And Executed By Christ Jesus
« Last post by Bob on February 25, 2019, 12:51:51 AM »
Sermon #699
Sin Condemned And Executed By Christ Jesus
Delivered On Sunday Morning, July 8, 1866,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“For What The Law Could Not Do In That It Was Weak Through The Flesh, God Did By Sending His Own Son In The Likeness Of Sinful Flesh, On Account Of Sin: He Condemned Sin In The Flesh.” Romans 8:3.


 http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no699.mp3
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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #698 - Seeing Is Not Believing, But Believing Is Seeing
« Last post by Bob on February 17, 2019, 05:52:35 PM »
Sermon #698
Seeing Is Not Believing, But Believing Is Seeing
Delivered On Sunday Morning, July 1, 1866,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At Cornwall Road Chapel, Bayswater.

“Whom Having Not Seen You Love. Though Now You Do Not See Him, Yet Believing, You Rejoice With Joy Inexpressible And Full Of Glory, Receiving The End Of Your Faith, Even The Salvation Of Your Souls.”
1 Peter 1:8, 9.


http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no698.mp3
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Video sermons / The Benefits of Abiding in Christ - John MacArthur
« Last post by Bob on February 15, 2019, 06:50:35 PM »
The Benefits of Abiding in Christ Part 1






The Benefits of Abiding in Christ, Part 2


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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #697 - God’s Cure For Man’s Weakness
« Last post by Bob on February 09, 2019, 12:07:25 AM »
Sermon #697
God’s Cure For Man’s Weakness
Delivered On Sunday Morning, June 24, 1866,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“Out Of Weakness Were Made Strong.” Hebrews 11:34.

http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no697.mp3
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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #696 - Turning Back In The Day Of Battle
« Last post by Bob on February 03, 2019, 12:40:54 PM »
Sermon #696
Turning Back In The Day Of Battle
Delivered By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.

“The Children Of Ephraim, Being Armed, And Carrying Bows, Turned Back In The Day Of Battle.” Psalm 78:9.


http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no696.mp3
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Sermon #695
The Axe At The Root—A Testimony Against Puseyite Idolatry
Delivered On Sunday Morning, June 17, 1866,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.


“But The Hour Is Coming , And Now Is, When The True Worshippers Shall Worship The Father In Spirit And In Truth, For The Father Is Seeking Such To Worship Him. God Is Spirit And Those Who Worship Him Must Worship In Spirit And Truth.”
John 4:23-24.

http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no695.mp3
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Video sermons / Children of Darkness and Children of Light, Part 1- John MacArthur
« Last post by Bob on January 22, 2019, 12:22:40 AM »
Children of Darkness and Children of Light, Part 1


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Spurgeon Sermons / Sermon #694 - Sin Laid On Jesus
« Last post by Bob on January 20, 2019, 04:40:36 PM »
Sermon #694
Sin Laid On Jesus
Delivered On Sunday Morning, June 10, 1866,
By C. H. Spurgeon,
At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington.



“All We Like Sheep Have Gone Astray. We Have Turned, Every One, To His Own Way, And The Lord Has Laid On Him The Iniquity Of Us All.”
Isaiah 53:6.


http://baptistforum.net/inhisword/spur/mp3/no694.mp3
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Bible Discussion / THE OBJECT OF THE MESSIAH’S DEATH
« Last post by Fat on January 16, 2019, 12:50:00 AM »
THE OBJECT OF THE MESSIAH’S DEATH - BY CHARLES H. SPURGEON


“The Messiah shall be cut off, but not for himself.”
- Daniel 9:26


Blessed be his name, there was no cause of death in him. Neither original nor actual sin had defiled him, and therefore death had no claim upon him. No man could have taken his life from him justly, for he had done no man wrong, and no man could even have lain him by force unless he had been pleased to yield himself to die. But lo, one sins and another suffers. Justice was offended by us, but found its satisfaction in him. Rivers of tears, mountains of offerings, seas of the blood of bullocks, and hills of frankincense, could not have availed for the removal of sin; but Jesus was cut off for us, and the cause of wrath was cut off at once, for sin was put away for ever. Herein is wisdom, whereby substitution, the sure and speedy way of atonement, was devised! Herein is condescension, which brought Messiah, the Prince, to wear a crown of thorns, and die upon the cross! Herein is love, which led the Redeemer to lay down his life for his enemies!
It is not enough, however, to admire the spectacle of the innocent bleeding for the guilty, we must make sure of our interest therein. The special object of the Messiah’s death was the salvation of his church; have we a part and a lot among those for whom he gave his life a ransom? Did the Lord Jesus stand as our representative? Are we healed by his stripes? It will be a terrible thing indeed if we should come short of a portion in his sacrifice; it were better for us that we had never been born. Solemn as the question is, it is a joyful circumstance that it is one which may be answered clearly and without mistake. To all who believe on him the Lord Jesus is a present Saviour, and upon them all the blood of reconciliation has been sprinkled. Let all who trust in the merit of Messiah’s death be joyful at every remembrance of him, and let their holy gratitude lead them to the fullest consecration to his cause.
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