TREASURY OF DAVID (THE)

The Treasury of David by Charles H. Spurgeon.

Containing an original exposition of the Book of Psalms; a collection of illustrative extracts from the whole range of literature; a series of homiletical hints upon almost every verse; and lists of writers upon each psalm.

"The comments and expositions abound in rich, racy, and suggestive remarks, and they have a strong flavour of the homiletic and practical exposition with which Mr. Spurgeon is accustomed to accompany his public reading of Holy Scripture. There is an intensity of belief, a fulness of assent to the great points of Calvinistic orthodoxy which our author would not be true to himself if he attempted to conceal. The brief introductions are very well done, and the abundant 'apparatus criticus,' the list of hundreds of writers on the Psalms, whose meditations have been laid under contribution to enrich the work, render this commentary one of the most voluminous in existence. At all events, the volume will be an encyclopaedia of reference."—British Quarterly Review (1906).

TRUMPET CALLS TO CHRISTIAN ENERGY

Trumpet Calls to Christian Energy by Charles H. Spurgeon.

Being a collection of sermons preached on Sunday and Thursday evenings at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. (Second of the series.)

"The aim in each of these addresses is the simple one of rousing Christian men and women to renewed activity for God. Believing them to be eminently calculated to do good, we wish them a wide circulation"—Rock (1883).

TWELVE SERMONS FOR THE TROUBLED AND TRIED

Twelve Sermons for the Troubled and Tried by Charles H. Spurgeon.

Whoever you are and whatever you have done, the comfort of gospel help is available. Spurgeon speaks of the grace of Christ in the topics of: help for those depressed in spirit, those who feel they are outcast, those in affliction, those needing rest, those of troubling circumstances, those needing inner strength, those who have broken hearts, and non-Christians who are seeking answers. He has concern for souls being lost and gives an exhortation for others to save souls. The names of the twelve sermons that are included: Good News for You, A Sermon for the Most Miserable of Men, Compassion for Souls, For the Troubled, Good News for the Lost, Good Cheer for Outcasts, Aeneas, Rest for the Laboring, A Cheery Word for Troublous Times, A Great Gospel for Great Sinners, The Rest Strengthening Medicine, Christ's Hospital, and an Exposition of Psalm 147.—Curiosmith (2014)

Troubled and Tried$9.95

 

TWELVE SERMONS ON VITAL QUESTIONS

Charles Spurgeon answers essential spiritual questions. Will God be merciful if we come to him? Are we worshiping for selfish reasons? Are we responsible for others in our teachings, example and sharing of the gospel? Do we truly “know” Christ, or do we only know doctrine and facts about Christ? Are we prepared to die? How do we obtain faith? Are we on the Lord’s side in different life issues? and Do we really believe on the Son of God? These are deep questions believers and unbelievers would benefit by earnestly answering.

The twelve sermons are titled: WHO CAN TELL?, GOD OR SELF—WHICH?, AM I CLEAR OF HIS BLOOD?, DO YOU KNOW HIM?, ARE YOU PREPARED TO DIE?, HOW CAN I OBTAIN FAITH?, FOR WHOM IS THE GOSPEL MEANT?, AM I MY BROTHER’S KEEPER?, ON WHOSE SIDE ARE YOU?, MAY I?, AND WHY NOT ME?, and THE QUESTION OF QUESTIONS.

 Twelve Sermons on Vital Questions$9.95

 

TYPES AND EMBLEMS

Types and Emblems by Charles H. Spurgeon.

Being a collection of sermons preached on Sunday and Thursday evenings at the Metropolitan Tabernacle. (First in the Series)

"This volume is the first of the issue. It will be sure to be a favourite. 'Types and Emblems' are attractive themes, and in Mr. Spurgeon's hands they neither lack suggestiveness nor power. All his well-known qualities as a preacher are in great force throughout this volume." —General Baptist Magazine (1883).

WE ENDEAVOUR

We Endeavour: Helpful Words for Members of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavour by Charles H. Spurgeon.

Uniform with "Words Of Wisdom For Daily Life."

WORDS OF CHEER FOR DAILY LIFE

Words of Cheer for Daily Life by Charles H. Spurgeon.

Uniform with "Words of Wisdom for Daily Life."

"Spurgeon points people to their faith in God for finding joy in life. Spurgeon said "I am the subject of depressions of spirit so fearful that I hope none of you ever get to such extremes of misery as I go to, but I always get back again by this—I know I trust Christ. I have no reliance but in him, and if he falls I shall fall with him, but if he does not, I shall not. Because he lives, I shall live also, and I spring to my legs again and fight with my depression of spirit and my melancholy, and get the victory through it. So may you, and so you must, for there is no other way of escaping from it. In your most depressed seasons you are to get joy and peace through believing." The twenty-one chapters are excerpts of sermons that have to do with joy and hope in Christ. The text is updated to modern language."—Curiosmith (2014).

Words of Cheer$8.95

WORDS OF WISDOM FOR DAILY LIFE

Words of Wisdom for Daily Life by Charles H. Spurgeon.

Uniform With "Words of Cheer for Daily Life."

Contents:

  • What is Pride?
  • A Drama in Five Acts.
  • Going through the Fire.
  • The Evils of Sloth.
  • Sleep, a Gift of God.
  • Capital Punishment.
  • Profit and Loss.
  • Have Courage.
  • Be Sober.
  • Show your Colours, &c.