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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “God’s thoughts of you are many, let not yours be few in return.”

God’s thoughts of you are many, let not yours be few in return.

— Charles H. Spurgeon



Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Depend on it, my hearer, you never will go to heaven unless you are prepared to worship Jesus Christ as God.”

Depend on it, my hearer, you never will go to heaven unless you are prepared to worship Jesus Christ as God.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “One might better try to sail the Atlantic in a paper boat, than try to get to heaven on good works.”

One might better try to sail the Atlantic in a paper boat, than try to get to heaven on good works.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Thankfulness makes much of little.”

Thankfulness makes much of little.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Oh, without prayer what are the church’s agencies, but the stretching out of a dead man’s arm, or the lifting up of the lid of a blind man’s eye? Only when the Holy Spirit comes is there any life and force and power.”

Oh, without prayer what are the church’s agencies, but the stretching out of a dead man’s arm, or the lifting up of the lid of a blind man’s eye? Only when the Holy Spirit comes is there any life and force and power.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “For a successful season of prayer, the best beginning is confession.”

For a successful season of prayer, the best beginning is confession.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Get a friend to tell you your faults, or better still, welcome an enemy who will watch you keenly and sting you savagely. What a blessing such an irritating critic will be to a wise man, what an intolerable nuisance to a fool!”

Get a friend to tell you your faults, or better still, welcome an enemy who will watch you keenly and sting you savagely. What a blessing such an irritating critic will be to a wise man, what an intolerable nuisance to a fool!

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If by excessive labor we die before reaching the average age of man, worn out in the Master’s service, then glory be to God. We shall have so much less of earth and so much more of heaven. It is our duty and our privilege to exhaust our lives for Jesus.”

If by excessive labor we die before reaching the average age of man, worn out in the Master’s service, then glory be to God. We shall have so much less of earth and so much more of heaven. It is our duty and our privilege to exhaust our lives for Jesus.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If you wait for a perfect church, you must wait until you get to heaven; and even if you could find a perfect assembly on earth, I am sure they would not admit you to their fellowship, for you are not perfect yourself.”

If you wait for a perfect church, you must wait until you get to heaven; and even if you could find a perfect assembly on earth, I am sure they would not admit you to their fellowship, for you are not perfect yourself.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If a man can preach one sermon without mentioning Christ’s name in it, it ought to be his last.”

If a man can preach one sermon without mentioning Christ’s name in it, it ought to be his last.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Repentance and desires after holiness never be separated.”

Repentance and desires after holiness never be separated.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Let us measure ourselves by our Master, and not by our fellow-servants : then pride will be impossible.”

Let us measure ourselves by our Master, and not by our fellow-servants : then pride will be impossible.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Free will I have often heard of, but I have never seen it. I have always met with will, and plenty of it, but it has either been led captive by sin or held in the blessed bonds of grace.”

Free will I have often heard of, but I have never seen it. I have always met with will, and plenty of it, but it has either been led captive by sin or held in the blessed bonds of grace.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The sermon which does not lead to Christ, or of which Jesus Christ is not the top and the bottom, is a sort of sermon that will make the devils in hell laugh, but make the angels of God weep.”

The sermon which does not lead to Christ, or of which Jesus Christ is not the top and the bottom, is a sort of sermon that will make the devils in hell laugh, but make the angels of God weep.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Is there nothing to sing about to-day? Then borrow a song from tomorrow; sing of what is yet to be. Is this world dreary? Then think of the next.”

Is there nothing to sing about to-day? Then borrow a song from tomorrow; sing of what is yet to be. Is this world dreary? Then think of the next.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “God is more ready to forgive me than I am ready to offend.”

God is more ready to forgive me than I am ready to offend.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “A rejoicing heart soon makes a praising tongue.”

A rejoicing heart soon makes a praising tongue.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “All the preaching in the world cannot make a man see the truth so long as his eyes are blinded.”

All the preaching in the world cannot make a man see the truth so long as his eyes are blinded.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “God’s children are God’s children anywhere and everywhere, and shall be even unto the end. Nothing can sever that sacred tie, or divide us from his heart.”

God’s children are God’s children anywhere and everywhere, and shall be even unto the end. Nothing can sever that sacred tie, or divide us from his heart.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Trials teach us what we are.”

Trials teach us what we are.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Victory needs conflict as its preface.”

Victory needs conflict as its preface.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Whatever subject I preach, I do not stop until I reach the Savior, the Lord Jesus, for in Him are all things.”

Whatever subject I preach, I do not stop until I reach the Savior, the Lord Jesus, for in Him are all things.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Every generation needs regeneration.”

Every generation needs regeneration.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Must is a hard nut to crack, but it has a sweet kernel.”

Must is a hard nut to crack, but it has a sweet kernel.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “There is dust enough on some of your Bibles to write ‘damnation’ with your fingers.”

There is dust enough on some of your Bibles to write ‘damnation’ with your fingers.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The devil is not afraid of a dust-covered Bible.”

The devil is not afraid of a dust-covered Bible.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “I would to God that saints would cling to Christ half as earnestly as sinners cling to the devil. If we were as willing to suffer for God as some are to suffer for their lusts, what perseverance and zeal would be seen on all sides!”

I would to God that saints would cling to Christ half as earnestly as sinners cling to the devil. If we were as willing to suffer for God as some are to suffer for their lusts, what perseverance and zeal would be seen on all sides!

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Repentance and faith are distasteful to the unregenerate; they would sooner repeat a thousand formal prayers than shed a solitary tear of true repentance.”

Repentance and faith are distasteful to the unregenerate; they would sooner repeat a thousand formal prayers than shed a solitary tear of true repentance.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The Lord Jesus is a deep sea of joy; my soul shall dive therein, shall be swallowed up in the delights of his society.”

The Lord Jesus is a deep sea of joy; my soul shall dive therein, shall be swallowed up in the delights of his society.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Everywhere there is apathy. Nobody cares whether that which is preached is true or false. A sermon is a sermon whatever the subject; only, the shorter it is, the better.”

Everywhere there is apathy. Nobody cares whether that which is preached is true or false. A sermon is a sermon whatever the subject; only, the shorter it is, the better.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Your sorrow itself shall be turned into joy. Not the sorrow to be taken away, and joy to be put in its place, but the very sorrow which now grieves you shall be turned into joy. God not only takes away the bitterness and gives sweetness in its place, but turns the bitterness into sweetness itself.”

Your sorrow itself shall be turned into joy. Not the sorrow to be taken away, and joy to be put in its place, but the very sorrow which now grieves you shall be turned into joy. God not only takes away the bitterness and gives sweetness in its place, but turns the bitterness into sweetness itself.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Learn to say no; it will be of more use to you than to be able to read Latin.”

Learn to say no; it will be of more use to you than to be able to read Latin.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “When I have found intense pain relieved, a weary brain soothed, and calm refreshing sleep obtained by a cigar, I have felt grateful to God, and have blessed His name.”

When I have found intense pain relieved, a weary brain soothed, and calm refreshing sleep obtained by a cigar, I have felt grateful to God, and have blessed His name.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Delayed answers to prayer are not only trials of faith; they also give us opportunities to honor God through our steadfast confidence in Him, even when facing the apparent denial of our request.”

Delayed answers to prayer are not only trials of faith; they also give us opportunities to honor God through our steadfast confidence in Him, even when facing the apparent denial of our request.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Long ago I ceased to count heads. Truth is usually in the minority in this evil world.”

Long ago I ceased to count heads. Truth is usually in the minority in this evil world.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Whatever a man depends upon, whatever rules his mind, whatever governs his affections, whatever is the chief object of his delight, is his god.”

Whatever a man depends upon, whatever rules his mind, whatever governs his affections, whatever is the chief object of his delight, is his god.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If you can’t see His way past the tears, trust His heart.”

If you can’t see His way past the tears, trust His heart.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Prayer pulls the rope below and the great bell rings above in the ears of God. Some scarcely stir the bell, for they pray so languidly. Others give but an occasional pluck at the rope. But he who wins with heaven is the man who grasps the rope boldly and pulls continuously, with all his might.”

Prayer pulls the rope below and the great bell rings above in the ears of God. Some scarcely stir the bell, for they pray so languidly. Others give but an occasional pluck at the rope. But he who wins with heaven is the man who grasps the rope boldly and pulls continuously, with all his might.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “As for His failing you, never dream of it – hate the thought of it. The God who has been sufficient until now, should be trusted to the end.”

As for His failing you, never dream of it – hate the thought of it. The God who has been sufficient until now, should be trusted to the end.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “We Christians do not believe that Jesus Christ was the only one that ever rose from the dead. We believe that every death-bed is a resurrection; that from every grave the stone, is rolled away.”

We Christians do not believe that Jesus Christ was the only one that ever rose from the dead. We believe that every death-bed is a resurrection; that from every grave the stone, is rolled away.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “A well marked Bible is the sign of a well-fed soul.”

A well marked Bible is the sign of a well-fed soul.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Birds sing on a bare bough; O, believer, canst not thou?”

Birds sing on a bare bough; O, believer, canst not thou?

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The law is for the self-righteous, to humble their pride: the gospel is for the lost, to remove their despair.”

The law is for the self-righteous, to humble their pride: the gospel is for the lost, to remove their despair.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “We are never, never so much in danger of being proud as when we think we are humble.”

We are never, never so much in danger of being proud as when we think we are humble.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Your emptiness is but the preparation for your being filled, and your casting down is but the making ready for your lifting up.”

Your emptiness is but the preparation for your being filled, and your casting down is but the making ready for your lifting up.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “No matter how dear you are to God, if pride is harboured in your spirit, He will whip it out of you. They that go up in their own estimation must come down again by His discipline.”

No matter how dear you are to God, if pride is harboured in your spirit, He will whip it out of you. They that go up in their own estimation must come down again by His discipline.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Every Christian has a choice between being humble or being humbled.”

Every Christian has a choice between being humble or being humbled.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Since, O sweet Lord Jesus, Thou art the present portion of Thy people, favour us this year with such a sense of Thy preciousness, that from its first to its last day we may be glad and rejoice in Thee. Let January open with joy in the Lord, and December close with gladness in Jesus.”

Since, O sweet Lord Jesus, Thou art the present portion of Thy people, favour us this year with such a sense of Thy preciousness, that from its first to its last day we may be glad and rejoice in Thee. Let January open with joy in the Lord, and December close with gladness in Jesus.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Christian, beware of thinking lightly of sin. Take heed in case you fall little by little.”

Christian, beware of thinking lightly of sin. Take heed in case you fall little by little.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The resurrection is a fact better attested than any event recorded in any history, whether ancient or modern.”

The resurrection is a fact better attested than any event recorded in any history, whether ancient or modern.

— Charles H. Spurgeon

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