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A Christian girl once told Charles Spurgeon, the legendary preacher, that she was about to marry a man who didn’t attend church and made no allegiance whatsoever to Jesus. As any preacher worth his salt would do, Spurgeon reminded her … Continue reading
Maybe you’ve heard the old line, “The world has become so churchy and the church has become so worldly that you can’t tell the difference between the two.” Unfortunately there is a great deal of truth to this. Backslidden Christians … Continue reading
Charles Spurgeon, the most famous preacher from the Victorian England era, said, “God’s people are prone to engrave their trials in marble and write their blessings in the sand.” Truer words were never spoken. I myself do far too much … Continue reading
In Matthew chapter 10, we find Matthew’s account of Christ’s commissioning of His chosen twelve. It’s a marvelous chapter to study in terms of basic ministry, bold evangelism, and preaching for a decision. With that said, I’d like to draw … Continue reading