The Spurgeon 60 Day Reading Plan

Robert Murray M’Cheyne prefaces his excellent Bible reading plan with these words,” It has long been in my mind to prepare a scheme of Scripture reading, in which as many as were made willing by God might agree, so that the whole Bible might be read once...

What Spurgeon Thought About John Bost

This is the third and final installment regarding three men that Spurgeon met with in Mentone in the Winter of 1879, Hudson Taylor, George Müller, and John Bost (below). Mentone is situated where the Maritime Alps kisses the Mediterranean Sea. It was Spurgeon’s...

What Spurgeon Thought About George Müller

This is the second in a series of three. Our previous post offered Spurgeon’s reflections on Hudson Taylor. Read it here. Today we consider Spurgeon’s thoughts on George Müller. Did you know that Charles Spurgeon and George Müller were friends? Spurgeon...

What Spurgeon Thought About Hudson Taylor

What did Charles Haddon Spurgeon think of Hudson Taylor, the great missionary to China and founder of the China Inland Mission, and why does it matter? In Spurgeon’s magazine The Sword and the Trowel he describes Taylor. “Mr. Taylor is not a man of...

Things Are Not What They Seem

Do you look too much on outward appearances? Spurgeon encourages us to remember that our “direst calamity” is our “greatest mercy.” Hear Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s words from 1878. “We ought to learn, again, that there is no...

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