The Lost Sermons of C. H. Spurgeon Vol. 4

B&H Academic’s The Lost Sermons of C.H. Spurgeon Collector's Edition Vol. 4 edited by scholar Jason G. Duesing, is a stunningly beautiful book; it is ornate in its marble-art design (reflective of Spurgeon's own sermon notebooks) and delightful in its content. The...

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Spurgeon’s Christmas Greetings: Ring the Merry Bell

On Sunday morning December 23, 1860, Charles Spurgeon preached a sermon from Job 1:4-5 that he titled, “A Merry Christmas.”   His sons used to go and hold a feast in the house of each one on his day, and they would send and invite their three sisters to eat...

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33 Years of Beauty

Glancing at a few old photographs from our thirty-three years together, I am struck by how beautiful you were then and how much more beautiful you are now. You are still and forever, “O Most Beautiful Among Women.” Beauty—a word often contemplated but...

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Charles, Susie and the Crystal Palace.

June 10, 1854, was a day of fanfare in London with the re-opening of the Crystal Palace. The Palace, crafted from iron and glass, was the genius of the famed designer Sir Joseph Paxton and an architectural marvel. It had originally been built at London’s Hyde Park as...

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