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Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “It is our duty and our privilege to exhaust our lives for Jesus. We are not to be living specimens of men in fine preservation, but living sacrifices, whose lot is to be consumed.”

It is our duty and our privilege to exhaust our lives for Jesus. We are not to be living specimens of men in fine preservation, but living sacrifices, whose lot is to be consumed.

— Charles H. Spurgeon



Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Quietude, which some men cannot abide because it reveals their inward poverty, is as a palace of cedar to the wise, for along its hallowed courts the King in his beauty deigns to walk.”

Quietude, which some men cannot abide because it reveals their inward poverty, is as a palace of cedar to the wise, for along its hallowed courts the King in his beauty deigns to walk.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “God gave us sleep to remind us we are not him.”

God gave us sleep to remind us we are not him.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Blessed are the peacemakers, and one sure way of peacemaking is to let the fire of contention alone. Neither fan it, nor stir it, nor add fuel to it, but let it go out by itself. Begin your ministry with one blind eye and one deaf ear.”

Blessed are the peacemakers, and one sure way of peacemaking is to let the fire of contention alone. Neither fan it, nor stir it, nor add fuel to it, but let it go out by itself. Begin your ministry with one blind eye and one deaf ear.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “It is far easier to fight against sin in public than to pray against it in private.”

It is far easier to fight against sin in public than to pray against it in private.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Our griefs cannot mar the melody of our praise, we reckon them to be the bass part of our life’s song, ‘He hath done great things for us, whereof we are glad.’”

Our griefs cannot mar the melody of our praise, we reckon them to be the bass part of our life’s song, ‘He hath done great things for us, whereof we are glad.’

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “It is no novelty, then, that I am preaching; no new doctrine. I love to proclaim these strong old doctrines, that are called by nickname Calvinism, but which are surely and verily the revealed truth of God as it is in Christ Jesus.”

It is no novelty, then, that I am preaching; no new doctrine. I love to proclaim these strong old doctrines, that are called by nickname Calvinism, but which are surely and verily the revealed truth of God as it is in Christ Jesus.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If you think you can walk in holiness without keeping up perpetual fellowship with Christ, you have made a great mistake. If you would be holy, you must live close to Jesus.”

If you think you can walk in holiness without keeping up perpetual fellowship with Christ, you have made a great mistake. If you would be holy, you must live close to Jesus.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “They will never accept grace until they tremble before a just and holy Law.”

They will never accept grace until they tremble before a just and holy Law.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “As long as a man is alive and out of hell, he cannot have any cause to complain.”

As long as a man is alive and out of hell, he cannot have any cause to complain.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “It is not great talents God blesses so much as likeness to Jesus.”

It is not great talents God blesses so much as likeness to Jesus.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The Christian is the most contented man in the world, but he is the least contented with the world.”

The Christian is the most contented man in the world, but he is the least contented with the world.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “When we come to the end of self we come to the beginning of Christ.”

When we come to the end of self we come to the beginning of Christ.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Great thoughts of your sin alone will drive you to despair; but great thoughts of Christ will pilot you into the haven of peace.”

Great thoughts of your sin alone will drive you to despair; but great thoughts of Christ will pilot you into the haven of peace.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Of all things in the world that stink in the nostrils of men, hypocrisy is the worst.”

Of all things in the world that stink in the nostrils of men, hypocrisy is the worst.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Christ came to bring healing to those who are spiritually sick-you say that you are perfectly well, so you must go your own way and Christ will go in another direction-towar ds sinners.”

Christ came to bring healing to those who are spiritually sick-you say that you are perfectly well, so you must go your own way and Christ will go in another direction-towar ds sinners.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “We must school and train ourselves to deal personally with the unconverted. We must not excuse ourselves, but force ourselves to the irksome task until it becomes easy.”

We must school and train ourselves to deal personally with the unconverted. We must not excuse ourselves, but force ourselves to the irksome task until it becomes easy.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “There, poor sinner, take my garment, and put it on; you shall stand before God as if you were Christ, and I will stand before God as if I had been the sinner; I will suffer in the sinner’s stead, and you shall be rewarded for works that you did not do, but which I did for you.”

There, poor sinner, take my garment, and put it on; you shall stand before God as if you were Christ, and I will stand before God as if I had been the sinner; I will suffer in the sinner’s stead, and you shall be rewarded for works that you did not do, but which I did for you.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If we never have headaches through rebuking our children, we shall have plenty of heartaches when they grow up.”

If we never have headaches through rebuking our children, we shall have plenty of heartaches when they grow up.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Patience! patience! You are always in a hurry, but God is not.”

Patience! patience! You are always in a hurry, but God is not.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “An unkind heart is the worst. It is a plague to its possessor, and a torment to those around him.”

An unkind heart is the worst. It is a plague to its possessor, and a torment to those around him.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “A good character is the best tombstone.”

A good character is the best tombstone.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Those who do not hope cannot wait; but if we hope for that we see not, then do we with patience wait for it.”

Those who do not hope cannot wait; but if we hope for that we see not, then do we with patience wait for it.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “I would go to the deeps a hundred times to cheer a downcast spirit. It is good for me to have been afflicted, that I might know how to speak a word in season to one that is weary.”

I would go to the deeps a hundred times to cheer a downcast spirit. It is good for me to have been afflicted, that I might know how to speak a word in season to one that is weary.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “I believe that very much of current Arminianism is simply ignorance of gospel doctrine; and if people began to study their Bibles, and to take the Word of God as they find it, they must inevitably, if believers, rise up to rejoice in the doctrines of grace.”

I believe that very much of current Arminianism is simply ignorance of gospel doctrine; and if people began to study their Bibles, and to take the Word of God as they find it, they must inevitably, if believers, rise up to rejoice in the doctrines of grace.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Obedience is the highest practical courage.”

Obedience is the highest practical courage.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Lost! Lost! Lost! Better a whole world on fire than a soul lost! Better every star quenched and the skies a wreck than a single soul to be lost!”

Lost! Lost! Lost! Better a whole world on fire than a soul lost! Better every star quenched and the skies a wreck than a single soul to be lost!

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “By all means read the Puritans, they are worth more than all the modern stuff put together.”

By all means read the Puritans, they are worth more than all the modern stuff put together.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “There should be a parallel between our supplications and our thanksgivings. We ought not to leap in prayer, and limp in praise.”

There should be a parallel between our supplications and our thanksgivings. We ought not to leap in prayer, and limp in praise.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Prayer sweeps the battlefield, slays the enemy, and buries the bones.”

Prayer sweeps the battlefield, slays the enemy, and buries the bones.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “I believe that the happiest of all Christians and the truest of Christians are those who never dare to doubt God, but take His Word simply as it stands, and believe it, and ask no questions, just feeling assured that if God has said it, it will be so.”

I believe that the happiest of all Christians and the truest of Christians are those who never dare to doubt God, but take His Word simply as it stands, and believe it, and ask no questions, just feeling assured that if God has said it, it will be so.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “We wept when we were born though all around us smiled; so shall we smile when we die while all around us weep.”

We wept when we were born though all around us smiled; so shall we smile when we die while all around us weep.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If the professed convert distinctly and deliberately declares that he knows the Lord’s will, but does not mean to attend to it, you are not to pamper his presumptions, but it is your duty to assure him that he is not saved.”

If the professed convert distinctly and deliberately declares that he knows the Lord’s will, but does not mean to attend to it, you are not to pamper his presumptions, but it is your duty to assure him that he is not saved.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The best worship that we ever render to God is far from perfect. Our praises, how faint and feeble they are! Our prayers, how wandering, how wavering they are! When we get nearest to God, how far off we are! When we are most like Him, how greatly unlike Him we are!”

The best worship that we ever render to God is far from perfect. Our praises, how faint and feeble they are! Our prayers, how wandering, how wavering they are! When we get nearest to God, how far off we are! When we are most like Him, how greatly unlike Him we are!

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “As a church we must love Jesus, or else we have lost our reason for existence.”

As a church we must love Jesus, or else we have lost our reason for existence.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If you take Christ out of Christianity, Christianity is dead. If you remove grace out of the gospel, the gospel is gone. If the people do not like the doctrine of grace, give them all the more of it.”

If you take Christ out of Christianity, Christianity is dead. If you remove grace out of the gospel, the gospel is gone. If the people do not like the doctrine of grace, give them all the more of it.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Leave Christ out? O my brethren, better leave the pulpit out altogether. If a man can preach one sermon without mentioning Christ’s name in it, it ought to be his last, certainly the last that any Christian ought to go to hear him preach.”

Leave Christ out? O my brethren, better leave the pulpit out altogether. If a man can preach one sermon without mentioning Christ’s name in it, it ought to be his last, certainly the last that any Christian ought to go to hear him preach.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If there is one doctrine I have preached more than another, it is the doctrine of the Perseverance of the Saints even to the end.”

If there is one doctrine I have preached more than another, it is the doctrine of the Perseverance of the Saints even to the end.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Anger does a man more hurt than that which made him angry.”

Anger does a man more hurt than that which made him angry.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “It is, perhaps, one of the hardest struggles of the Christian life to learn this sentence – “Not unto us, O Lord, not unto us, but unto Thy name be glory.””

It is, perhaps, one of the hardest struggles of the Christian life to learn this sentence – “Not unto us, O Lord, not unto us, but unto Thy name be glory.”

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “We are not called to proclaim philosophy and metaphysics, but the simple gospel.”

We are not called to proclaim philosophy and metaphysics, but the simple gospel.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The tears of affliction are often needed to keep the eye of faith bright.”

The tears of affliction are often needed to keep the eye of faith bright.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Our hope in Christ for the future is the mainspring and the mainstay of our joy down here today.”

Our hope in Christ for the future is the mainspring and the mainstay of our joy down here today.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Lord, save all the elect, and then elect some more.”

Lord, save all the elect, and then elect some more.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Saints are described as fearing the name of God; they are reverent worshippers; they stand in awe of the Lord’s authority; they are afraid of offending Him; they feel their own nothingness in the sight of the Infinite One.”

Saints are described as fearing the name of God; they are reverent worshippers; they stand in awe of the Lord’s authority; they are afraid of offending Him; they feel their own nothingness in the sight of the Infinite One.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “The friend of God must not spend a day without God, and he must undertake no work apart from his God.”

The friend of God must not spend a day without God, and he must undertake no work apart from his God.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “I will go as far as Martin Luther, where he says, ‘If any man ascribes anything of salvation, even the very least thing, to the free will of man, he knows nothing of grace, and he has not learned Jesus Christ rightly.’”

I will go as far as Martin Luther, where he says, ‘If any man ascribes anything of salvation, even the very least thing, to the free will of man, he knows nothing of grace, and he has not learned Jesus Christ rightly.’

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Newspapers are the Bibles of worldlings. How diligently they read them! Here they find their law and profits, their judges and chronicles, their epistles and revelations.”

Newspapers are the Bibles of worldlings. How diligently they read them! Here they find their law and profits, their judges and chronicles, their epistles and revelations.

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “Our motto is, “With God, anywhere: without God, nowhere.””

Our motto is, “With God, anywhere: without God, nowhere.”

— Charles H. Spurgeon


Charles H. Spurgeon Quote: “If you simply take the name of Christ upon you and call yourself His servant, yet do not obey Him, but follow your own whim, or your own hereditary prejudice, or the custom of some erroneous church-you are no servant of Christ. If you really are a servant of Christ, your first duty is to obey Him.”

If you simply take the name of Christ upon you and call yourself His servant, yet do not obey Him, but follow your own whim, or your own hereditary prejudice, or the custom of some erroneous church-you are no servant of Christ. If you really are a servant of Christ, your first duty is to obey Him.

— Charles H. Spurgeon

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