Category: The Spurgeon Collection

Communion :: Charles Spurgeon

“I in them.”—John 17:23.
If such be the union which subsists between our souls and the person of our Lord, how deep and broad is the channel of our communion! This is no narrow pipe through which a thread-like stream may wind its way, it is a channel of amazing depth and breadth, along whose glorious length a ponderous volume of living water may roll its floods.

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Stand Still :: Charles Spurgeon

“Stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord.”—Exodus 14:13.
These words contain God’s command to the believer when he is reduced to great straits and brought into extraordinary difficulties. He cannot retreat; he cannot go forward; he is shut up on the right hand and on the left; what is he now to do? The Master’s word to him is, “Stand still.”

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Your Election :: Charles Spurgeon

“Knowing, brethren beloved, your election of God.”—1 Thessalonians 1:4.
Many persons want to know their election before they look to Christ, but they cannot learn it thus, it is only to be discovered by “looking unto Jesus.” If you desire to ascertain your own election;—after the following manner, shall you assure your heart before God.

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Citizens :: Charles Spurgeon

“Fellow citizens with the saints.”—Ephesians 2:19.
What is meant by our being citizens in heaven? It means that we are under heaven’s government. Christ the king of heaven reigns in our hearts; our daily prayer is, “Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”

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My Leanness :: Charles Spurgeon

“The illfavoured and leanfleshed kine did eat up the seven wellfavoured and fat kine.”—Genesis 41:4.
Pharaoh’s dream has too often been my waking experience. My days of sloth have ruinously destroyed all that I had achieved in times of zealous industry; my seasons of coldness have frozen all the genial glow of my periods of fervency and enthusiasm; and my fits of worldliness have thrown me back from my advances in the divine life.

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Like Unto Us :: Charles Spurgeon

“Art thou become like unto us?”—Isaiah 14:10.
What must be the apostate professor’s doom when his naked soul appears before God? How will he bear that voice, “Depart, ye cursed; thou hast rejected me, and I reject thee; thou hast played the harlot, and departed from Me: I also have banished thee for ever from my presence, and will not have mercy upon thee.”

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