Great Sermon! Spoken very plainly and very convicting.
Bonnie Grossman (5/28/2014)
Great Sermon! Awesome!!! Wake up. The time for salvation is now. Mananatha!! Come Lord!!!
Convicting message! This was a convicting message that emphasizes the eternal realities of both Heaven and Hell- and brought my attention back to the Cross- what a beauty it is!
Mike M. (11/7/2009)
Angelic! How beautiful are the feet of Charles Spurgeon. How earnestly and tenderly he preached to the souls of men. I think not many Christians have BELIEVED and LOVED as this man did and I am brought to tears by this thought.
from Leeds England
Great Sermon! This sermon puts the eternal realities in perspective. It is Hell that we flee from and it is Heaven that we flee to!
Darrell Phillips (2/19/2006)
from Southern Georgia
So desparately needed!!! In this world of seeker friendly congregations and the lack of emphasis on repentance, this is a much needed message. I think many of us have forgotten what we are looking forward to and what we are being saved from. If you have forgotten that our God is a just Judge, please get this message.
Matthew G. Bianco (3/19/2004)
from San Angelo, TX
Great Sermon! It's not often that you can hear a sermon that both emphasizes God's sovereignty in salvation and man's responsibility to believe, but in this sermond Charles Spurgeon has done just that! An excellent, must-hear message!
Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-92) was England's best-known preacher for most of the second half of the nineteenth century. In 1854, just four years after his conversion, Spurgeon, then only 20, became pastor of London's famed New Park Street Church (formerly pastored by the...