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Spurgeon on the Holy Spirit

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Known as "The Prince of Preachers," Charles Haddon Spurgeon preached many sermons on the Holy Spirit from 1853 to 1891. This Pure Gold Classic shares many of his sermons and writing on this important topic. Here are some of the titles within this book: The Personality of the Holy Spirit, The Indwelling and Outflowing of the Holy Spirit, The Holy Ghost Glorifying Christ. Spurgeon teaches on each of these themes with clarity and deep spiritual insights, as he reveals marvelous facets of the life and ministry of the...

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Overview

Known as "The Prince of Preachers," Charles Haddon Spurgeon preached many sermons on the Holy Spirit from 1853 to 1891. This Pure Gold Classic shares many of his sermons and writing on this important topic. Here are some of the titles within this book: The Personality of the Holy Spirit, The Indwelling and Outflowing of the Holy Spirit, The Holy Ghost Glorifying Christ. Spurgeon teaches on each of these themes with clarity and deep spiritual insights, as he reveals marvelous facets of the life and ministry of the Holy Spirit. When viewed in its entirety, Spurgeon on the Holy Spirit shows the fullness of the Holy Spirit to the reader. This book is filled with wondrous light that floods the reader's mind, deepens spiritual understanding, and promotes rapid spiritual growth.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780882706184
  • Publisher: Bridge-Logos Foundation
  • Publication date: 9/28/2012
  • Pages: 502
  • Sales rank: 992,815
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Charles Haddon Spurgeon was saved in 1850 when he was fifteen years old. The following year he became known as "the boy preacher" after preaching his first sermon in a cottage in Teversham, Cambridge, England. Not long after, he became the full-time pastor at Waterbeach Chapel. When he was only nineteen he spoke at the New Park Street Chapel, where he accepted the call to become the church's pastor. The church grew to 3000 people under his ministry. In 1861, Spurgeon preached in a new building—the Metropolitan Tabernacle in Southwark, England, which held over 4000 people. He preached his final sermon in Menton, France, where he was recuperating from an illness. He died fourteen days later at the age of fifty-eight.

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