The Sword and the Trowel by Charles H. Spurgeon.

A monthly magazine.

Records the movement of the Tabernacle and its Institutions, but also touches upon a great variety of interesting themes. It commands a large circulation among almost all classes of Christians, and as a religious periodical it now occupies a position second to none. It records the works of faith and labours of love which are the honour of the various sections of the church, and it contends most unsparingly against the errors of the times. It is an accurate record of the religious movements which emanate from the Metropolitan Tabernacle, but its advocacy is far from being confined within that area.