C.H. Spurgeon: Look to Jesus

It is always the Holy Spirit’s work to turn our eyes away from self to Jesus. But Satan’s work is just the opposite; he is constantly trying to make us look at ourselves instead of Christ. He insinuates, ‘Your sins are too great for pardon; you have no faith; you do not repent enough; you …

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C.H. Spurgeon: The Precious Blood of Christ

“The precious blood of Christ.” 1 Peter 1:19 Standing at the foot of the cross, we see hands, and feet, and side, all distilling crimson streams of precious blood. It is “precious” because of its redeeming and atoning efficacy. By it the sins of Christ’s people are atoned for; they are redeemed from under the …

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C.H. Spurgeon: Surrendered to My Shepherd

“My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me.” – John 10:27 “My SHEEP,” saith Christ, as he stands in the midst of his disciples. “My Shepherd,” let us one and all reply. All the sheep of Christ who have been redeemed by his power, become his by their own cheerful …

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C.H. Spurgeon: Bought With A Price

“My sheep,” says Christ. They are his, furthermore, because, in addition to his choice and to the gift, he has bought them with a price. They had sold themselves for nought; but he has redeemed them, not with corruptible things as with silver and gold, but with his precious blood. C.H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)

The Cross of Christ by C.H. Spurgeon

“Christ also has once suffered for sins, the just for the unjust, that He might bring us to God.” 1 Peter 3:18 The Substitute was of complex nature. He was truly man, and yet He was truly God. Christ Jesus who “suffered” in the room, place, and stead of God’s chosen people, was man, man …

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Spurgeon Quotes on Obedience

You are God’s creature, and yet you have rendered to Him no obedience! You would not keep a horse or a dog that did not do you some service, or follow at your whistle.  C.H. Spurgeon That obedience which is not voluntary is disobedience, for the Lord looketh at the heart, and if He seeth …

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