According to Promise; or, The Method of the Lord's Dealing with His Chosen People by Charles H. Spurgeon.

A companion volume to "All of Grace."

"It is an eminently practical volume, the fruit of a ripe experience; as simple in its form as it is searching in its exposure of counterfeit religion; and we have no doubt that many will have reason to rejoice that they made its acquaintance. As Mr. Spurgeon remarks in one of his homely sentences: 'he who looked into his accounts and found that his business was a losing one was saved from bankruptcy.'"—Christian Leader.

Spurgeon discusses many aspects of the promises of God. What are the promises of God? Who are the promises for? Where can you find them? Why does God give promises for the future that require faith? "There can be no true believer apart from the promise of grace, and the grace of the promise." Spurgeon discusses how important Jesus is to God's promises, and that God promises salvation and eternal life to all who believe on his Son. "If God does not give to us according to the riches of his grace, we are then worse than naked, and poor, and miserable; we are utterly and altogether undone."—Curiosmith (2013).

According to Promise$8.95 


All of Grace by Charles H. Spurgeon.

An Earnest Word with those who are Seeking Salvation by the Lord Jesus Christ. 

"Every word is weighted with precious truth, and truth so simply and convincingly put that none can fail to understand God's way of salvation. Powerful illustrations, apt and original similes, and the one affectionate desire to win for Christ and to Christ, make it a gospel treasury of priceless worth."—The Christian (1906).


An All Round Ministry by Charles H. Spurgeon.

Addresses to Ministers and Students.

"This is the best Spurgeon book we have received since his death. It contains twelve of the annual addresses he delivered as President of the Pastors' College. Spurgeon was at his best on these occasions: and these addresses are perhaps inimitable in their combination of homely wisdom and evangelical fervour."—Expository Times (1901).


The Art of Illustration by Charles H. Spurgeon.

Third Series of "Lectures Addressed to the Students." Being Addresses Delivered to the Students of the Pastor's College, Metropolitan Tabernacle.

In the volume of lectures to students, on The Art of Illustration, the President incidentally indicated his wide acquaintance with all kinds of literature from which anecdotes, illustrations, emblems, metaphors, and similes might be culled.—The Autobiography of Charles H. Spurgeon Compiled from His Diary by Rev. W. J. Harrald. 


Baptismal Regeneration by Charles H. Spurgeon.

Spurgeon felt strongly against the doctrine that the baptism of an adult or infant can save a soul. The doctrine was found in the Book of Common Prayer and was practiced by the Church of England. He warned that the idea was misleading and people might go to hell because of it. Spurgeon presented certain facts which disputed the doctrine. He also outlined the correct doctrine of faith in Jesus Christ for salvation. Spurgeon called for the fiery vehemence of a John Knox or Martin Luther to "rouse our hearts to action." The sermon was updated to modern language.




Barbed Arrows, from the Quiver of C. H. Spurgeon.

A Collection of Anecdotes. Illustrations and Similes.

With Preface by Pastor C. Spurgeon.

A Companion Volume to "Feathers for Arrows."


C. H. Spurgeon's Anecdotes.

Contains one hundred anecdotes compiled by an old friend of Mr. Spurgeon's. They reflect all sides of the great preacher's character and work, and are of much interest, though we do not think they are always well told. No. 17 is very bald.

First collected and arranged by Oliver Creyton.


The Clue of the Maze: A Voice Lifted Up on Behalf of Honest Faith by Charles H. Spurgeon.

Uniform with "Around the Wicket Gate."

It was the author's desire that it might strengthen the faith of many, and recover others out of the snare of the enemy.

"Heartily do we thank Mr. Spurgeon for the work, and commend the book as just what is often required for a present; it will be found to be acceptable by the uncultured and the cultured as well."—The Freeman.

Spurgeon's own experiences in the maze of life help others fight doubt. The book is not meant to be a formal argument but is given "to assist a friend." As the preface says: "How I have personally threaded the labyrinth of life thus far, may be of helpful interest to some other soul which just now is in a maze. I hope that by these pages some true heart may be assisted to 'fight his doubts and gather strength.'" The book contains 70 passages to help a person in times of doubt.—Curiosmith (2014).

The Clue of the Maze$7.95


Commenting and Commentaries by Charles H. Spurgeon.

Two lectures addressed to the students of the Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle, together with a catalogue of Biblical commentaries and expositions.

"Every candid reader will admit that, in impartiality, in terse and telling brevity, in wisdom sharpened into wit, in unaffected zeal for Christ's cause, and above all, in robust common-sense, this volume has few equals, if any."—Literary World (1987).


Evening by Evening; or, Readings at Eventide for the Family or the Closet by Charles H. Spurgeon.

"Ever since I became acquainted with Mr. Spurgeon's Morning by Morning, I have reckoned it altogether priceless. On learning that Evening by Evening was published, how gladly I bade it welcome! And I ran humbly commend it in no higher terms than by simply saying that it will be found a fit companion, every way, for its forerunner of the morning."—Charles J. Brown, D.D., Edinburgh.